In today's world, honesty is often overshadowed by deceit and self-interest. Instances of dishonesty, disrespect, and fraud have become increasingly common, leading to a deterioration of trust in society. However, amidst this prevalent trend, there are shining examples of individuals who embody honesty and integrity in their actions. The volunteers of Dera Sacha Sauda have consistently demonstrated a commitment to honesty by returning lost phones, money, or purse to their rightful owners and performing many such inspiring acts globally.
Guided by the teachings of their spiritual leader, Saint Dr. Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan aka Baba Ram Rahim, these volunteers are beacons of integrity, reviving humanity through their unwavering dedication to values and ethics.
In today's fast-paced and highly competitive world, the quest for personal gain often takes precedence over honesty and integrity. Greed and materialism have seeped into the fabric of society, leading many individuals to prioritize their own interests over the well-being of others. This erosion of honesty has given rise to an atmosphere of mistrust and skepticism, where people hesitate to believe in the goodness of others. As a result, cases of fraud, scams, and various crimes have become all too common.
Recognizing and addressing the decline of honesty in society is crucial for the well-being and progress of communities. Efforts should focus on promoting moral education, instilling ethical values from an early age, and fostering a sense of community and social responsibility.
Encouraging transparency, accountability, and the enforcement of consequences for dishonest acts can also play a significant role in deterring such behavior. Ultimately, fostering a culture of honesty and integrity requires a collective effort from individuals, families, educational institutions, and societal institutions to emphasize the importance of honesty as a fundamental pillar of a healthy and thriving society.
In stark contrast to this prevalent culture of dishonesty, the volunteers of Dera Sacha Sauda have emerged as exemplary embodiments of honesty and selflessness. These volunteers follow the teachings and guidance of the spiritual leader, Revered Saint Dr. Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan, who emphasizes the importance of living a life based on ethical principles and compassion for others. Their commitment to these teachings shines through in their everyday actions, including their remarkable habit of returning lost phones to their owners.
Under the same initiative, Kashmiri Insan and Sompal Insan were going to Sonipat Sector 23 for some work. During their journey, they found a woman's purse on the road. With the intention of returning it, they checked the purse and found the name, address, and mobile number of the woman who owned it. They contacted the woman using that number and asked for her address and returned the woman's purse to her.
Examples are countless!
Mantu Insan, the block responsible, revealed an interesting incident. He shared that Aashutosh Insan found himself in need of some money during his service duties. At that time, he withdrew cash from the CSP branch in Gwalpada Madhepura, Bihar. However, the very next day, the branch manager mistakenly transferred the same amount back into Aashutosh's account. When Aashutosh came to know about this, by following the teachings of Revered Guruji, he returned the branch manager Rs. 22,500.
Continuing the chain of honesty, Jaykumar Insan returned Rs. 50,000 that mistakenly appeared in his account to its rightful owner. According to the information, Jaykumar Insan holds an account with SBI Bank. One day, he was surprised to find Rs. 50,000 deposited in his account out of the blue.
Curious about the origin of the money, Jaykumar Insan visited the bank to inquire. It was revealed that the funds belonged to Kamal Agarwal, a resident of Rudrapur, Udham Singh Nagar district (Uttarakhand). By mistake, Kamal Agarwal had inadvertently transferred Rs. 50,000 from his own Petyaam Bank account into Jaykumar Insan's account. Kamal Agarwal was both delighted and astonished to have his money returned. He expressed that in today's world, it is rare to come across individuals who possess such honesty.
So, in a world plagued by moral degradation and a decline in ethical values, the volunteers of Dera Sacha Sauda have emerged as beacons of hope, working tirelessly to save humanity and uplifting virtues such as honesty and integrity. They are exemplifying the transformative power of selfless service and the profound impact it can have on society.
The act of returning a lost phone may seem like a small gesture, but it speaks volumes about the character and integrity of the individuals involved. In an era where personal devices contain vast amounts of personal information and valuable data, losing a phone can be distressing and potentially catastrophic for the owner. Yet, time and again, Dera Sacha Sauda volunteers have chosen honesty over personal gain, going out of their way to locate the rightful owners and return their lost phones.
These volunteers understand the significance of their actions and recognize the impact their honesty has on society as a whole. By consistently choosing integrity over personal benefit, they serve as a powerful reminder of the importance of honesty and the positive change it can bring about. Their selfless acts not only restore faith in humanity but also inspire others to embrace the values of honesty and compassion.
The volunteers' commitment to honesty and integrity is deeply rooted in the teachings of their spiritual leader, Saint Dr. Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan. As the guiding force behind Dera Sacha Sauda, Saint Dr. MSG has emphasized the significance of leading a righteous life, centered around honesty, compassion, and selfless service to others. His teachings encourage individuals to prioritize the well-being of others and to live with integrity, even in the face of temptation.
Under the guidance of Saint Dr. MSG, Dera Sacha Sauda volunteers have imbibed these teachings and integrated them into their daily lives. Their actions demonstrate that honesty is not merely a virtue but a way of life, capable of bringing about transformative change in society.
Guided by the teachings of Guruji, these volunteers restore faith in humanity and remind us of the profound impact that honesty can have on individuals and society as a whole. Their unwavering commitment to values and ethics serves as a reminder that choosing honesty and integrity can bring about positive change, and it is through such actions that we can collectively revive the virtues of humanity.