TruDiwali  

                                                    …for TruHappiness

  Every year we celebrate Diwali - the festival of Light, with great pomp and pleasure. We gain extreme happiness on this day. But, gradually, we are getting away from true pleasure- the pleasure of sharing, the pleasure of charity and the pleasure of affection. Just ask yourself a few questions:

Am I celebrating Diwali as a festival of JOY or as a festival of CRACKERS?

Do buying loads of sweets and then throwing it makes any sense?

Does burning Crackers (which harms others and even myself) give me a long-lasting pleasure?

                               Yes, there’s a great need to answer these questions because it seems that the more we’re being educated the less we’re being aware of our social values. The more we’re earning the less we’re becoming kind and helpful. Let’s this year make a little bit change to our Diwali Celebration to make our society happier, healthier and safe. Let’s celebrate TruDiwali. 

What’s TruDiwali?       It is the celebration of the great festival Diwali with a pledge to make our society and our environment happier, healthier and safer.

How to celebrate TruDiwali?

>Pledge yourself to burn crackers in least quantity. They cause more troubles (pollution, accidents) than happiness. The less you burn crackers the more you give relief to elders and patients. Also you save your environment from being filled with toxic gases.

>Give gifts to your elders and servants to make them happy.

>Celebrate this Diwali with less privileged children. Share your sweets, chocolates and crackers with them. “True Happiness is found in giving.” So, become happier by sharing happiness. Bringing smile on someone’s face is far better than enjoying fireworks.

>Create a happy moment in the lives of those less fortunate people who roam here and there to make a square meal. If that’s not possible, donate a part of your celebration money to any social serving NGO like CRY (Child Rights and You), Smile Foundation and others.

>Last but not the least. Persuade your friends, family and neighbours to celebrate TruDiwali. You may also put these points on your school/college/club notice board.

Why TruDiwali?The way we are celebrating Diwali at present is thoughtless and full of dangerous results. It's full of:

>Wastage of Money

>Pollution

>Accidents

Happy TruDiwali :)


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