Social Responsibility


HSS strives to facilitate Dharma practice in all aspects of life. By helping organize Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations, we intend to engage, learn, cherish and preserve for future generations the ever present Dharma. Kids also see increases in creativity and engagement twith the whole family. These day there are only very few places where one can see grand parents, parents and kids together for a celebration.

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HSS shakhas in Houston area celebrated Guru Vandana either online or greeted teachers from outside their home. Shakha volunteers developed a website platform, kids posted video/audio/text greetings to the teaches on the site. The web site sent emails to teachers and they responded with their blessing and also posted on the site. Around 8 volunteers worked to make it a grand success.

 

 

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Performing Selfless service or Sewa is considered an essential devotional practice of indirectly serving God and living a religious life that is a benefit to others. The Bhagavad Gita also teaches these values by saying "Living creatures are nourished by food, and food is nourished by rain; rain itself is the water of life, which comes from selfless worship and service."

 

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