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Narayanan Krishnan could be the greatest man on earth…


I saw this today on Facebook and it made me cry….

Narayanan Krishnan brings hot meals daily to India’s homeless and destitute. Since 2002, the chef has served more than 1.2 million meals through his nonprofit organization, Akshaya Trust.

Visit to know more about Narayanan Krishnan and his organization


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9 thoughts on “Narayanan Krishnan could be the greatest man on earth…

  1. I find I have missed a lot of blogs….am I not getting notices I wonder? Silly wordpress.

    Anyway, as I watched this video what I kept thinking about was how there are people all over the world who does good things. We often think that it is only those in the richest countries that have the most alturistic people. I am glad for reminders such as this.

    When there are a lot of sad things going on in the world, it is comforting to know that there is a lot of good. (Not good that this type of help is needed in the world, but that such people like Mr. Narayanan Krishnan exist.)


  2. There are such wonderful people in this world.


    • yes there are, and my hope is to be one of these people – but I so often fall so short…


      • It is a relative thing … how much help one can give. This man … he gives a lot. If we all did, that would be a grand thing indeed. However … there are other realities too … how much we have to give based on econonics, time, etc.

        I think we can ALL give more … that is true. But when we do what we can, that is what counts. We will always feel we fall short Andrea … and that is one way to know your heart.


  3. Great post Andrea. You’re absolutely right about him being the greatest man on earth. This kind of thing is what we should all be doing.


  4. To have inspirational people that contribute to help others. Beautiful post Andrea – thank you. It is time for the Governments of this world to step up and do something positive. xx


    • thank-you mum… I have to say I keep pausing on the second part of your comment… I do not agree… :/ … I think the beauty of what this man has done, it that he does it out of love and compassion, there is no worldly gain for him, he is not obligated, he does it because in his heart he has to… If the governments took over they would do it out of obligation and expectation – the people working for them, and running the programs would do it for a pay check, there would be little to no love or compassion and we would slide back into the era of sanitariums and asylums… at least that is how I see it… xox


  5. Beautiful….inspiring….selfless….amazing

    It makes me think about how much more I could be doing to help others….


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