Knit India program for the youth

January 6, 2012 by  
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KnitMaharashtra, January 06, 2012: The Universal Solidarity Movement of Value Education for Peace (USM) organized its 44th KNIT INDIA program last week.

More than 250 students from 17 schools took part in the 28 Dec-Jan 1 program held in a remote village in Chandrapur District of Maharashtra.

Young students and teachers shared their testimonies of personal transformation after becoming part of this movement.

“I have become more responsible. I will reduce the use of internet and mobile phone and start reading inspirational books for my personal transformation,” said Ronith from St. Mary’s School in Ujjain.

Rashi from the same school said she had learnt to keep her surroundings clean.

Supriya from St. Mary’s Convent School in Allahabad said, “I have grown sensitive to the needs of poor people.”

Hussain Badshahwala of St. Anthony’s School in Sonkatch said he has been attending the KNIT INDIA program for the last four years.

“I consider it to be a precious blessing to be associated with the USM because of its deep, insightful and unique spirituality, its inclusive and pluralistic worldview and its contagious and effective work ethic,” he said.

– ucan

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