Glad to Serve

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Who is this Button for?

Those who unhealthily sacrifice their own needs in order to serve others.

People who look their best when carrying a tray.

Provocative Suggestions

Enjoy being a servant[1] in a society that is massively service-oriented.

Believe that you are almost as entitled to being served as anyone else.

There is no Yoga quite like Karma Yoga.[2]


How can I be useful, of what service can I be? There is something inside me, what can it be?

(Vincent Van Gogh)

The high destiny of the individual is to serve rather than to rule.

(Albert Einstein)

If you would have a faithful servant, and one that you like, serve yourself.

(Benjamin Franklin)

Something to consider

Allow others the pleasure and honour of serving you.



  1. I serve therefore I am.
  2. Karma-Yoga, therefore, is a system of ethics and religion intended to attain freedom through unselfishness and by good works. The Karma-yogi need not believe in any doctrine whatever. He may not believe even in God, may not ask what his soul is, nor think of any metaphysical speculation. He has got his own special aim of realizing selflessness; and he has to work it out himself. Every moment of his life must be realization, because he has to solve by mere work, without the help of doctrine or theory, the very same problem to which the Jnâni applies his reason and inspiration and the Bhakta his love. (Swami Vivekananda)