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Rushabh Turakhia – Kindness Ambassador, Philanthropist, Author, Businessman

I truly believe that "Kindness should be the only religion." Taking this thought forward I initiated an effective movement called “Your Turn Now.” Through random acts of kindness, I aimed to touch lives and spread smiles globally, handing over a small blue card. I believe that what’s left behind after me is not mine. Thus as one of my acts, I chose to spread smiles beyond me and have pledged 11 of my organs to be donated. I further promise to give away at least 50 percent of my wealth to those who are less fortunate, to be able to lead a life well deserved. Thank you #LivingMyPromise for giving me this opportunity to live my purpose of giving back to society even after I am gone.
 

- Rushabh Turakhia