Today Google honours Abdul Sattar Edhi, the founder of the world's largest volunteer ambulance network located in Pakistan, the Edhi Foundation. Edhi would have been 89 today.
He began his work at the age of 20, when he himself had nothing to his name, and dedicated his life to service for the poor and unwanted of all faiths and backgrounds. It is a timely reminder that it is not money that makes it possible to serve, rather it is the will to do so.
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Today I am grateful for this doodle and its profound message.