LET US, EACH ONE, BECOME CHANNELS OF GOD’S LOVE

 

Lots of people around us lead lives of frustration and loneliness, cut off from society. Others have people around them but still experience loneliness. Loneliness is the greatest sorrow in life. People need to speak, to know, to hear, to laugh, and above all, to hear a good word of cheer from others. What is the meaning of life if there is no one to love us, nothing to look forward to, no place to do things the way we want? If these things are amiss, life becomes meaningless.

“I was thirsty, you gave me to drink” (Mt 25:35) should be matter for daily meditation. To visit the houses of people who lead lonely lives in their sunset years, to talk to them face to face, to watch and to do little acts of kindness for them, is an answer to the final questions on the Last Judgment Day. It is a heavenly ministry. Among such people, very many are incapacitated by physical disabilities.

Let us make it a point to visit the residences of people living in solitude and do our bit to help them in whatever way possible, and share our lives with theirs, thus becoming channels of God’s mercy. Let us start lessons of love…I

• Visit the houses of people who spend their old age in loneliness, and talk to them about subjects that interest them, and thus help them overcome the boredom of living without anyone to talk to in daily life.

 


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• Help them do their daily purchases.

• Whenever they have appointments to meet doctors, arrange transport for them.

• As far as their health permits, help them to participate in entertainment programs and in community get-togethers.

• Provide personal care, eg, to get out of bed, showering, dressing, medication management.

• Household chores: eg, house cleaning, preparing meals, etc.

• Carer support: provide help to those you live with and/or look after for four hours or more each day.

• Arrange equipment to ensure safety at home.

• Needs assessment service coordination.

• Become a volunteer in hospitals to help patients. Assist at times of meals, and provide all help, big and little, as and when required.

• Become associated with major charity projects of a country and engage in manifold ministries.

 

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Let us join hands and forge ahead with our programmes for World Peace Mission. The ideal is to work for projects ‘on earth as it is in heaven’. We should notice the spark of divinity in everything and everyone and treat it with due respect and reverence. Feed the hungry, provide drink for the thirsty,  welcome the outsider, protect the privacy of the naked, provide nursing care for the sick and the dying, mark each life on earth and work sincerely for this aim, and to teach it and to inspire others to do the same. World Peace Mission is the stage for this enterprise.

 

Head Quarters

World Peace Mission 
Chavara, Ettumanoor P O
Kottayam 686 631
Kerala, India
worldpeacemissioncouncil@gmail.com

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Prime Service

  Five Loaves
People who starve without a morsel of food even once a day are provided with food packets daily/weekly through the peace communities of WPM which prepare  food for free distribution among such people.                     
  Family Counselling 
Spiritual sharing and counselling will be provided to everyone in need by qualified and experienced counselling specialists, if it can be arranged face to face or by telephone. This will be arranged through leaders of the peace community.

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