It is no secret that today, we live in a broken world. Look around you and you'll see people living in poverty, children being sold into slavery and homeless people on the streets, starving and desperate. Look closer in and you'll see something deeper - people you talk to everyday going through struggles you couldn't imagine in their everyday life. The truth is that we are all part of this struggle.
Little More Love is a movement that exists to encourage people to recognize this truth and build a community that empowers individuals to grow through their struggles by dying to ourselves and humbly serving those in need. At Little More Love, we hope to be a light in this broken world, so that the love of God can be seen through us.
We believe that small acts can change the world, a motto that is carried out by various projects and events in four cities - Bangalore, Pune, Mumbai and Kochi.
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A little act of kindness can probably move mountains or so they say, but these youngsters are all in for making a difference
in people’s lives. “We believe that small acts can change the world, says Nestin Vas, founder of Litte More Love, a growing
youth movement in the city that organises blood donation camps, book drives or just sing carols to put a smile on someone’s face…..
Deccan ChronicleBengaluru Apr 11, 2014
One small step for a big change
Two years ago, Nestin Vas, like most of his peers in college, was preoccupied with downloading games and clearing his tests. But on Christmas evening in December 2011, all that changed when carol singers knocked at the door of his Austin Town home. Once they were done, his mother requested him to guide them to a neighbour’s house — an elderly lady who was suffering from Alzheimer’s disease…….
Bangalore MirrorBengaluru, Aug 14, 2014
Random acts of kindness
You don’t have to be a great philanthropist to do your bit for the world. No one expects you to be a Warren Buffet or a Bill Gates who has given away millions and millions of dollars to worldwide projects ranging from AIDS to malnutrition to illiteracy. You can be just as altruistic in your own small way and in your own small community, provided you have a large heart and empathy….