The number of thosewho do selfless public service and those who serve without expecting any return, should increase. Their sterling qualities should show the way to the people at large. Their life would be a model to show how man should conduct himself in public life.

Since birth and death are natural, people should conduct themselves in praiseworthy manner during their span of life. People do not praise anyone for nothing. We should so act as to be worthy of praise from others.

To do all the good to others that one wishes to we done form himself, is culture. Towards that end our work should be directed.

All that I request is that you should serve the people in order to contribute to reason and knowledge. If not, man will begin to walk on all fours, fergetting the real function of his fore limbs.

Those in public life should have more than fair measure of honesty, discipline, determination and spirit of service.