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Rohan Sanjay Bapat is our integration teacher (24 hours)   At the end see : Aum, Best of tough luck, Stock exchange, Climate change

We work on all the 365 days.
And one of the key reasons which helped us change our vision of universal development is Rohan.
Rohan, one of the two sons of founder of CSRidentity.com, helped us think that universal development will only happen if we value & take care of disabled citizens.
We call them differently abled citizens but we cant change the thinking of the world in a minute or year or decade ...
We realised that having a disability places you in the world's largest minority group.

Rohan, the elder son of our founder, helped us in our thinking that money is just one thing that helps one's sustainability.
The most important thing we all possess is mind.
We must remember that any one can be disabled anytime in her / his life. The reasons can be many, like birth defects or accident or diesases like Alzheimers. Currently around 10 per cent of the total world's population, (the world population is 7 billion+ or 7000 million+, so we are talking about 70 million+ specially challenged - most in this world calls it as disabled), live with a disability.
In most of the OECD countries, females have higher rates of disability than males. Eighty per cent of persons with disabilities live in developing countries, according to the UN Development Program (UNDP). The World Bank estimates that 20 per cent of the world's poorest people have some kind of disability.

In Medical terms, Rohan faces sensory integration and after the almost fatal accident of Sanjay Moreshwar Bapat, founder, we realised again that all of us need to look at differently abled (disabled) in a positive mindset. Our vision can never be achieved if citizens treat Rohan & similar citizens negatively.

We are grateful to a Foundation to take Rohan in their hostel on the day of the almost fatal accident, 28.08.2013. Now Rohan can stay at home but we realised the value of credible hostel is much beyond staying. It helps these world citizens in a positive manner, something we cant do at home because our love for our children comes as an obstacle in goodness of citizens like him. Also, the fact is that a disabled person is treated like a citizen in a hostel with key disciplines and that citizen enjoys the company of similar citizens).

We must say that Rohan is a 24 hours teacher of Integration.

Sanjay Moreshwar Bapat, founder, thought that his second son, Aum, should take CSRidentity.com & DevelopedNation.org much further & deeper because we are much more than just a site; it is a continuous process which converts thinking into a site.
So Aum was just in 8th standard when he was taken to Vienna, Austria to take a view of the status of citizens in this world. For almost 3 days, he attended the Global social business summit and he met Prof. Muhammad Yunus, father of microcredit, initiator of social business & Nobel Prize winner.
He also was taken to Seoul when he was in 9th standard when our founder went to Global compact meeting there. But Aum wanted to practice as a doctor.
Aum was not taken to Japan because he was in 10th standard then, and 10th standard is key in India.

But Sanjay Moreshwar Bapat knows his thinking is his thinking and he can only guide but can not force it.
Every individual has her / his own WILL.
Aum was keen to study medicine and after the almost fatal accident of his father, Sanjay Moreshwar Bapat, he confirmed his education will be in the field of medicine.

On 01.09.2015, he became a student of medicine.
He thought his MS will be in neurosurgery after his meeting with Dr Harshad Purandare.
hen he met Atul Vaze who said that Liver and Kidney are two parts which can be easily transplantated and there are lot of people who need it.
Aum is also thinking Radiology as post graduate study.
Dr Harshad Purandare
told him to think more than one specialisation area because no one knows whether a student will get admission in any one specialised area.

Founder will be very happy if Dr Harshad Purandare or any great doctor like him comes out with brain transplant surgery and Aum takes that as his field.
Founder will be extremely happy if after completition of 75 years, his brain should be given to Rohan, if the legal, physical & medical conditions permit.

Our founder Sanjay Moreshwar Bapat is now thinking that Aum should do what millions of people need and it doesnt need any transplantation.
The disease (we are perhaps few who call it disease) is called as mental corruption and in every country you will find citizens who suffer from this so called disease (rich & poor, urban & rural) . The only issue is that there will be millions of patients but no relatives or officials will take such a patient of mental corruption to a doctor because nobody wants medicine for greed which develops this disease.
Only spiritual medicine helps (and not medicine given by a phychologist doctor which we get in a chemist shop or in hospitals).

After 28.08.2013, Sanjay decided to focus of promoting stakeholders (not for profits, for profits, celebrities....) working & helping for universal development.
Of course he knows that it costs to share technical inputs, do research to develop the site and mainly promote the site globally. So he will share his time at scenarios in all countries.

And he knows that NGOs, corporates, funding agencies, philanthropists, celebrities would like the world to know them (and he believes that with technology, world will be an IT global village faster than Non IT ways of making the world a village)

Sanjay feels that citizens dont like the number 13 but dont we breathe on 13th day of the month or 13th second of a minute or 13th year of life .... or if one gets 100% marks (100 comes after 13)... So please dont be myopic and think number 3 and 13 are bad. Afterall one must understand that in Olympics there are 3 medals in each sports category (Gold, Silver & Bronze).

We know that everyone needs money for treating hunger (not greed; infact there is no money which is enough for greedy humans), and taking care of the health of the family. So now Rohini, wife of founder takes care of our financial & health sustainability (She was anyway doing that since 1989).

Are we getting personal ?
We thought we are getting too personal but we know that we must start universal development from ourselves and our home.
Yes, Charity starts from home. But before that, you must have charitable behaviour, then comes your family.

That is perhaps the reason we started a forum on Parents because parents can be personal parents in physical terms but Sanjay Moreshwar Bapat thinks his parents were parents of country. His mother was indirectly responsible to teach him Value Education when he was in KG. And this is not financial value education but thinking of Values of life. His father was simple and had great courge to take decisions on his family matters. For him, truth was always more important than blood relations.

We know that Rohan is just one of the 10% citizens in this world who lives with disability.
Rohan suffers from sensory integration and so he is 24 hours teacher of founder. The focus : Integration.
So Rohan is one of the key reasons why we work on all days (dont we breathe everyday whether it is weekday, Saturday, Sunday, Religious day, Independence day? For us work is like respiration. It is profession. It is hobby. It is responsibility).
We know that one life can never change this world. But if each citizen invests at least 2.3% of her / his time & money for universal development, it can happen faster. And one must set self behaviour as an example.

See Bhau, a world citizen who was 82 years and had the courage to help Sanjay & his family on 28.08.2013 (Of course before, on and after)
We will be happy if all citizens (including the agewise senior citizens) replicate Bhau (modify, if situation needs) .

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Just give $1 a month. If 1 billion citizens give just $1 a month, integrate it to arrive at $12 billion a year. Please do it. It is our sincere request to all of you.