Aman Mehndiratta's promise to you
‘DO GOOD AND GOOD WILL COME TO YOU’ When you do good for those who cannot repay you, with zero expectation and no returns, then definitely you will know and experience that good actually do come to you in every small and large way. It’s obvious, it’s Karma! The phrase ‘DO GOOD AND GOOD WILL COME TO YOU’ could seem just several words weaved into a sentence for regular people but to Aman Mehndiratta, it has enormous meaning which works as a motivation for him in reference to carry forward the idea of philanthropy. Aman believes doing good for someone unconditionally is the vocation of people on Earth. It gives a pleasant feeling, which one can feel if helped somebody. By doing so, one gets a feeling of satisfaction and happiness, experiencing a surge of energy and ultimate purposefulness. He knows that there are enough reasons to try and help someone when he has such an opportunity. He is doing every possible thing to assure the betterment of society. He is looking forward to make this place a better one for existing and future generation.
Promoting good to others
The kind thoughts he has, allows him to understand the notion that ‘When you are giving something, you will most likely get something back, not necessarily from the help seeker but someday, in some unexpected way! The feeling of being a giver is like a pleasant bonus, but you should never do good things and hope to get something back always. Only kindness, with the true motives are describes in his deeds. Doing good and promoting good to others, is what he believes in. According to Aman, “Treating everyone with a kind heart and politeness, reveals who you actually are, even to those who are rude to you or cannot do any good in return is a basic thing which humankind should acquire right from the birth, it is not anything that should be taught in personal.” All in all being positive and patient is the key note for philanthropists. Aman Mehndiratta is often called great philanthropist, great investor or great entrepreneur but he believes that greatness is never found in possessions, positions, power or prestige but is discovered in humanity, character, goodness and service. Also, Aman gives his time in his philanthropic services, not mere the money or resources. Listening to the problems of other people without making judgments and trying to sort them out is one of the best deeds that one can do. Sometimes they may need support and help to start a new life. Just do not despair and do not let others do it. If something can save this world, it will be the kindness wrapped in the sheet of philanthropy. And always bring the matter to the end. If you have started helping someone, as a philanthropist, giver or mentor and defending the rights of others, so do not stop halfway. Never, after all, you will surrender yourself and at the same time disappoint those, who needed that as well as who wanted to help.