Service to mankind is service to God

The philosophy of life was to serve the humankind by your kindness and sympathetic mind.

Every religion teaches its followers to be generous and kind to all. But in real life we do not follow it by proper way; we depend on some fake rituals and show off.

By treating everyone with kindness and respect, regardless of age, race, gender, culture, religion, or current life placement. A little effort can cause an upswing in their condition of life again, and how wonderful it is when you’re part of the reason for that positive change by service to humanity.

We never want to know if anyone around us needs our help, may be a little kind word can make some solution for his problem. But we do not really bother.

The hands that serve are holier than the lips that pray. The saying … This saying elucidates that if man wants to worship god they can do better by serving by serving the poor and the needy.

Thus, the service to humanity results in the oneness. It brings hope and life to the downtrodden and the disheartened. When peace and harmony becomes the main cause of every kind of service rendered to the nation and its people, it becomes the service to God.

So, it is expected that our religion makes us considerate and passionate so that we can think and work for others.

Step 1. Build a foundation
Chisel yourself into the person you want to be, piece by piece. Read autobiographies of famous philanthropists. Read self-help books. Absorb all the knowledge you can. Personally, I would recommend Jim Rohn’s audio series, Cultivating an Unshakable Character.

Step 2: Find your why
Find the reason you want to truly serve humanity. Study the 5 Whys. It’s a Japanese philosophy on problem solving by getting to the root issue of a problem. However, using it on yourself will help you figure out your true purpose in this world. You will also find what will motivate you and keep you going, even when everything comes crumbling on you. In order to do this, ask yourself why you want to serve humanity, then with the answer you come up with, ask yourself why with that question once again, until you get five levels deep. Then, you will truly find why you want to serve humanity. This will help you lay out the foundation that will inspire you to work towards accomplishing your vision, each and every day.

Step 3: Act daily
No matter how small the act, any contribution you make can possibly impact or even change someone else’s life. Never let a day go by where you don’t at least contribute 5 minutes to your cause. Once you stop growing, that is when you start dying.

Step 4: Trust your instinct. Follow your heart.
We are all complex creatures. However, at the end of the day, we all want the same things. To be safe, to have security, love, acceptance, and money. When your gut tells you what you are doing is right, keep at it.

Step 5: Share your vision
Find like minded people who believe in your altruistic cause. Create a network that collaborates for a shared cause together.

You don’t need financial resources or connections to do good deeds. You just need a heart of gold and a character so unshakable, not even the devil can tempt you away from your vision.

In turn, you will be blessed with a mindset of abundance. With a mindset of abundance, you will be able attract abundance into your own life as well.

These social connections are of high importance. Helping others makes us happy and gives us endorphins. Serving others is good for our mental health, our emotional well-being, and our self-esteem. And the laws of the universe have shown time and time again that those who serve others are more successful themselves. END!

©️Adunke Olatunji

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