When I say Dharmic Action, this is exactly what I mean. The whole reason we set up was to make a difference, to help bring to the fore content that we could share with each other and inspire one another to become better people.This is the story of a chef who questioned the purpose of his life and is now changing the world. Narayanan Krishnan in the CNN Heroes tribute below is a Dharmic Hero. As Swami Vivekananda said, Feeding the poor is feeding God.
This is such a wonderful story of an ordinary man, living an ordinary life who stopped and asked, what is the purpose of my life. He asked himsself he can remain blind to the suffering of the destitute on my door step. His doorstep is our doorstep too, may he inspire us to Go Dharmic..

If you liked Narayan Krishnan’s story please do share with love. You can also find more information about his story on his website here. The message is love and the commitment to the helpless, homeless, sick, elderly, mentally ill
and destitute in Madurai, India by providing healthy food, care, and opportunity to rehabilitate in order to restore human dignity.

Ram Ram

Hanuman Dass

Hanuman Dass's blogs directly here. He is founder of as is the co-author of The Power of Dharma and The Eternal Path

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