The aim of co-operation is to serve and help others.

Who do spend wastefully, without thought. If we carry on our life through co-operative means, only one eighth of our present expenditure will be incurre. What remains can be helpful to seven more persons. If the conditions of our nation are not changed, it is certain that our life will soon come to ruin.

The earlier principle of induvidualism should give place to that of co-operation.

Man, by virtue of his reason, has drawn up many plans for social co-operation. These cannot be executed by an induvidual. Necessarily, there must be help from others.

If the principle of co-operation established in a proper manner in our country, then society will be free from the cares and anxieties of the morrow and will be enabled to live a lifee of peace, joy and contentment.