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We find ourselves when we enrich those who are in need. This Grandpa from Bulgaria is a live example for the same. Dobri Dobrev is a Bulgarian ascetic who stays in front of the Cathedral of Alexander Nevsky in Sofia, after walking over 20 kilometers each day, to collect money for charitable causes. The 104-year-old man donates all the money he collects to charities, orphanages, churches, and monasteries. Everyone who has met him says that he is a SAINT in the best possible sense of the word and his selfless activities have earned him the name The Saint of Bailovo.
Also known as Elder Dobri, his name deciphers to "good" or "kind" and he had always been good and kind to his fellow beings as well. He was born on 20th July 1914 and had lost his father during the First World War. He has no memories of him going to school. He married during the time when Bulgaria joined the Second World War and in an unfortunate incident he lost almost all his hearing as a bomb fell near him.
As he grew up, he isolated himself from all the material aspects of life and devoted himself entirely to the world of spirituality. He has been collecting money only for lofty mission and not for any of his own needs. He is not interested in fame and does not want to publicize his personal details.
When asked what he wants to convey to the world, he says the most beautiful words that are rare to hear nowadays, with a warm smile. He says," The good will is just and true. Everything in it is good. We must not lie, nor steal, nor commit adultery. We must love each other as God loves us".
There have been differences between the two neighboring nations for more than 5 decades, but looks like things are finally getting better, at least for a section of people. Two responsible individuals from India and Pakistan have started to change the minds of people for good.
The duo, Tajamul Pasha and Nihal Zafar from India and Pakistan respectively, have been serving the people by feeding over 400 workers during the holy month of Ramadan in Abu Dhabi. Whats even better is that, they have been serving the people for close to eight years and sending a perfect example of peace and harmony between the neighboring countries.
The two are said to have met in UAE in 2004, working in the IT sector. Having a common objective of helping the needy, it was only obvious that the duo joined hands to give back to the society.
They say that they were inspired to serve the people after seeing a 69-year old father offer free iftar meals to people in memory of his beloved son who died in a car accident.
According to Gulf News, the duo spends around Rs 26,000 to 35,000 every single day to arrange chicken biryani, juice, water, dates, and watermelons for over 400 people.
Tajamul Pasha and Nihal Zafar have set a perfect example of selflessness. After all, its the Holy month of Ramadan and it means to bring people together irrespective of nationalities or religion, a time of giving, a time of brotherhood.