My friend, Catherine then chipped in, “I too had found a way to help out at the hospital.. I often go early to hospital, for my checkup and to get my medicines. Then, I would notice some other sick and elderly persons coming in later.

All of us would need to line up in a queue to collect our medicines. That would be a torture for some, whom I noticed were not in good shape to even stand on their feet.. So, I would collect their dispensary chits for them, being careful to make known to everybody that it was purely done without charges, and then collected the medicines on their behalf.

Sometimes, I would make myself useful by helping invalids move to their destinations with their wheelchairs. At times, the ones who were helped simply could not believe that I was doing it out of love and nothing else. They often offer to pay me for my effort, which of course, I refused..”

In this dog-bite-dog world, people think that the motivation to do a good turn to somebody, must be for some monetary reward, but how surprise it is for them when somebody does it out of Love, guided by the saying, “By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another.” (John 13:35)