A WORLD PEACE MISSION
The world is passing through a tough time due to intolerance, distorted belief systems, terrorism, poverty, greed, ego, etc. Countries are investing more of their time and money on weapons than in the welfare of their people. Due to ignorance people are fighting in the name of God to prove whose belief system is real and legitimate.
As we are all part of this universe and are made of elements present within the universe, the energy that connects us with the creation is present within us. This very realisation of the existence of God within us and within every living creature makes us more responsible and we learn to respect every creation of this world. This is where the origin of humanity comes first. We wish to share this message to establish peace and harmony and working for the welfare of the world community.
We believe that the mission to help someone and make their life better must be self-driven. It would help if every well-earned person could contribute just a small portion to reverse the inequalities present within our society thereby improving the overall literacy, livelihood, health and prosperity for all. It is our responsibility to provide the less fortunate with the minimum necessities to allow them to pursue a better life. We have undertaken this responsibility through Aasha Ki Kiran (Ray-of-Hope)
A SOCIAL JUSTICE MISSION
The word “Fariyaad” loosely translates into English as a “call for help”, a redress of grievances, an enforcer of justice, or defender of righteousness. At the TGG Foundation we believe that all people within our society have a right to defend themselves in a court of law. As a society, our laws, codes and morality should stretch to cover every man, woman and child regardless of their race, creed or colour.
Consciously recognizing our shared humanity is imperative to maintaining a compassionate and just society. The harsh reality is that there are many members of our communities who are unable to access the legal system designed to protect and defend them, often due to financial reasons. Thus, the most vulnerable are those with the least legal protection. We assist in handling such grievances related to issues which arise in the realm of social justice. You can reach out to us by filing out the grievance form given on the right hand side and submitting it.
A MISSION TO DREAM & INNOVATE
The purpose of education is to create good human-beings and to open their eyes to connect them to the realities of our world. As we know that all inventions and innovations are a copy of something that already exists in this universe, we are not creating anything new. Instead, we are only offering a different way to approach this shared vision. The realization of this knowledge enhances our perception, making us aware of the responsibility we have to the actions we perform throughout our lives.
Most of the developments that we see around us are destruction in its truest sense; the cities of today stand testimony to these findings. In this rapidly transforming world so often driven by greed and ego, natural resources are over-exploited for the benefit of the selected few only to be irresponsibly wasted, while the majority of our population are struggling simply to make ends meet. Us humans can be so much caught up in our own creations that we can forget to see the sustainability of the real world along with its rich and ever-evolving biodiversity. This forgetting destroys access to healthy food and the ecosystem, eventually leading to the elimination of many other important species on our planet. The population of our species is on the rise, and if left unchecked, will continue to further destabilize our already suffering planet, ultimately leading to unimaginable impacts beyond anyone’s control. Many are blinded in part due to a lack in the sharing of this knowledge along with the present education system which has failed to create consciously responsible citizens.
Ethical Values: The knowledge acquired through realization enables people to follow “dharma” (ethics) in life. Farmers will be empowered to produce pesticide-free and healthy food for consumption with the realization that they are responsible for the health of many people who consume what they produce. Teachers will focus more on creating good human beings than mere components in a machine who are compatible to corporate needs. Public servants will understand their responsibilities towards society and will work for the welfare of the people to make their lives better. The people will be able to get justice without the increased delay so often experienced within the present system.
Chemical Free life: We live in a world where everything is becoming increasingly artificial. Manufactured synthetic chemicals have replaced natural substances. By making them so much a part of our daily life artificiality is becoming habitual. Our intelligence is transforming into artificial intelligence and people are thinking more in terms of activities void of humanity. We need to seriously consider the high potential that we are becoming our own worst enemy if we continue on this path.
Growing population of humans: It is one of the biggest disasters which need to be controlled through proper legislation and shared realization. There is an alarming number of species becoming extinct each year due to the ever-expanding human race. Do we care for the planet and its inhabitants?
Social Enterprises: Profit motive should not b the only priority for any activities, it should ultimately be a contributing factor in reducing the inequalities which currently exist in the system, helping to create more employment/livelihood opportunities to people.
Self Help Groups: People from rural areas can rise above any individual weakness by working as a team, combining diverse skills to become their own employer rather than being an employee, thus working towards improving their living standards and helping many others in their villages.
Aarnayam:Protecting nature is the only form of sustainable practice which humans should focus on to perpetuate our earth’s richly diverse existence. We, being the most versatile species on this planet, are the most irresponsible as well. The growing population of humans are a great threat to this world. It is the responsibility of every individual to conserve as much area as possible to protect and maintain the existing biome, working strongly together to combat climate change and the exploitation of natural resources. We should say “No” to plastic and change the “use and trash” model by embracing responsible consumption practices with the intention to create a better future for upcoming generations to experience a healthy planet containing beautiful biodiversity.
We have created a model project called “Sustainable Living Practice" at the Green Gardens in Wayanad, Kerala to connect people to nature and help to enhance their perception. We are presently working on an internship & research project that will help children to think beyond boundaries, connecting them to the roots of creation and linking them to the modern world by inspiring them to develop technologies and to create inventions which are sustainable and responsible. We dedicate this project to Dr. A. P. J Abdul Kalam