Helping the poor and needy quotes with images
1.Find out how much God has given you and what you need out of it;
The remainder needs others. -saint augustine
2.Help others achieve their dreams and you will achieve your achievement.
3.Through our desire to help others we can learn to be happy rather than depressed.
4.Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth.
5.I think that if you are blessed, or lucky enough, to do well, you must help others.
-of laurel. Hamilton
6.If you have a lot, give your money; If you have less, speak your heart. Arabic proverb
7.It is well to fold the hands in prayer, it is better to open them in charity.
8.Progress depends on our brain.
The most important part of our brain, which is neoclassical,
should be used to help others and not just to search.
9.Thousands of candles can be lit with one candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened.
Happiness never decreases by being shared.
10.What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us;
What we have done for others and the world is immortal and immortal.
11.My job is to take my position and use it to help others who feel depressed and / or helpless because of the loss.
12.The best thing you can do for another
but to reveal it yourself.
13.The work that an unknown good man has done is hidden like a part of water,
which is hiding inside the ground, making the ground green.
14.My favorite six words in recovery are: trusting in God, a clean house, and helping others.
15.The world is taken together not only by the powerful Shaw of his heroes,
but also by the small push of each honest worker.
16.I Has achieved the American dream.
‘I feel that it is my duty to help others achieve their vision, especially the youth.
17.Every man feels at ease that the weight of all the beautiful emotions in the world is less than a sweet action.
-James Russell Lovell
18.You will be happy when you are helpful in almost the same degree.
19.You feel alive to the degree that you think you can help others.
20.I think the skill set and ability to physically help others in matters of life and death should be incredibly empowering.