The years of life allotted to a human is very short; the world in which you live is very wide; time extends far behind and far beyond. Whatever little you must do, do it quickly, at the place and time assigned to you. You must carry out the duties of your role in a worshipful attitude. A garland does not arise of a single flower; many flowers of different hues and fragrances are strung around the string to achieve the common goal of decorating the Lord. Similarly, physical strength, monetary resources and the intelligence of all must be blended and pooled to make a project succeed. Life has been bestowed not for just eating and digesting, roaming and reclining; but for a far greater purpose – the realisation of the Divinity in us, and in all that exist around us as well as in all things that are beyond our senses. To waste such a life in vain pursuits, and in mere sense-pleasures is not the sign of an intelligent person. Deserve the Grace of God by helping the weak and poor, diseased and the disabled, the distressed and downtrodden.