Every Act Counts
“Whoever relieves the hardship of a believer in this world, Allah will relieve his hardship on the Day of Resurrection.” – Sahih Muslim
It’s often said, “If it’s not happening here, that doesn’t mean it can’t reach us.”
These words hold great truth. Today, as we witness the trials in Palestine, let’s reflect inwards and ask ourselves:
⏳Are we not all believers, connected in our shared humanity?
⏳Do we recognize that our comfort is a blessing, and with it comes responsibility?
⏳Can we imagine the pain and suffering that our Palestinian brothers and sisters are enduring
⏳How can we show our gratitude for the safety and security we enjoy every day?
In response to the current situation in Palestine, we, as a school community, have organized a donation drive to support our Palestinian brothers and sisters during these heart-wrenching times, and we invite our students and parents to join in this profoundly compassionate endeavor.
Teaching our children empathy and unity is not just important; it’s our duty. Their contribution, whether large or small, carries the power to bring essential relief to those in need. This isn’t just about financial aid; it’s about instilling a life lesson that will help us shape a generation of compassionate, globally aware individuals.
In this regard, the students are given a donation booklet, each containing coupons worth Rs. 100, 500, 1000, and 5000, so that the students may collect these contributions and submit them to the school management.
“Kindness is a language that the deaf can hear and the blind can see.” Mark Twain
Together, we strive to inspire positive change and show our children the strength of our collective compassion.