Rani ki kahaani by Shreya Saha

By Volunteer Shreya Saha, FHI, Guwahati “Children are faces of God” I’ve always heard this as a kid. And now when I’m mature enough I can understand why. Basically I have two stories related to my life because of which I’m a part of Fly Higher India – FHI now. Story I: As a kid…

Rays of happiness by Lathika Jain

By Volunteer Lathika Jain, FHI Chennai “Happiness has different definitions“ – and I would say one of it would be being with kids. Kids who find their happiness in small little things, those who have a real smile in this fake world. We visit orphanages with family on certain occasions such as birthdays and anniversaries,…

You are what you give by Aashi Gupta

By Volunteer Aashi Gupta, FHI Bangalore “You are not what you own, you are what you give” And what better way of giving than contributing to someone’s growth, someone’s happiness. This was my motivation to contribute to social causes – giving back to the society. I have always been taught by my parents that if…

An amazing way by Aakancha Shaw

By Volunteer Aakancha Shaw, FHI Kolkata Before we talk about the importance of social work, let’s understand what is social work. According to Google, “Social work is the work done by individuals for the benefit of the society”  According to me, it’s not only about the benefit of the society but also the benefits of the individual. How?…

The other side of chaos by Prachi Singh

By Volunteer Prachi Singh, FHI Indore It’s been just 5 months since, I have shifted to the city Indore. For an introvert like me, it was extremely stressful to cope up in this new city. And so, I have seen what has possibly been my lowest points during this period and truly it all drained…