5 Inspirations from Volunteers in a Natural Calamity in India

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Natural calamities can come anywhere anytime by any way. They don’t give warnings, or at least we are not advanced enough to get those signals. Nature has shown its fury time and again across different parts of the world. India has seen its fierce form at Uttaranchal floods, Nepal earthquake and now Chennai floods. Every time humans were rendered helpless at the hands of nature and then there were the disaster relief teams and volunteers who came for our help in the form of god. Here are some simple inspirations we can take from them

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Selflessness

The volunteers are selflessness. Be it the Indian army, air force, Navy, NDRF or the local volunteers. One thing that is common between them is the selflessness they have. Their love and passion to help others keeps them inspired throughout their relief service.

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Beyond Job

There is a difference between a job and a duty. Except NDRF, it’s not the job of any other entity to volunteer in such calamities. An army man is supposed to protect the nation but then it is the spirit of these volunteers to go beyond their job and do the needful to help us.

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Life Balance

Most often we don’t do things because we say we don’t have time for it. Are we always right? Then where do these volunteers get their time from? How is their life balanced? How do they divide their time between their work, their family and their relief service. In spite of their busy schedule they take out time for this and so must we.

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Bravery

We must appreciate the fact that sometimes they even put their life at stake to help others. This is something which we must learn from them and inculcate in our daily lives. Not being afraid helps us to go that extra mile to help others.

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Mental and emotional stability.

Working in a calamity requires a lot of nerves. At times volunteers need to carry dead people and see things which we can’t even imagine. It’s not something which weak hearts can handle and so we must prepare ourselves to be emotionally and mentally strong.


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