Revered Saint Gurmeet Ram Rhaim Singh Ji Insan (addressed as "Pitaji" by more than 50 million faithful followers presently) expounds that fortunate are those who work for others without having any self motive and involve in humanitarian acts. One must do that altruistic service which is told by the Saint. And this must be started from the homes itself such as serving one's aged parents.
Sometimes parents are unable to go to wash room. And children start detesting them, but they forgot that when they were a kid parents didn't hesitate to clean their child's urine and shit; so one must also follow the same because it is the moral duty of the children. Thus one must start rendering selfless services from one's home as, charity begins at home. After that, start helping the needy person in the neighbourhood; offer food to the hungry, water to thirsty people, donate eyes after the demise, provide free education to the poor and needy, and donate blood on regular basis if possible. These kinds of donations are acceptable to God. On serving the poor and needy persons one becomes capable of obtaining the Holy Grace and Compassion. As per the religions views, the altruistic services suggested by Guru are the exquisite one. The fruits of meditation may need some time but the fruits of selfless services are received by the man on the spur of the moment.
All the great Saints hailing from every religion have unanimously mentioned that one must earn one's livelihood through hard-work and serve the society. Dialects may vary but all give the same message. It is also said that man must use a proportion of one's earnings to help the needy. Because all are the children of One God and God in turn blesses, if one does good for His children.
God keeps a record of everyone's deeds and gives the fruit of everyone's deed accordingly, with respect to one's intention and devotion. On having mutual love with each other and doing well for everyone one will be blessed with the holy grace and compassion. So one must recite God's name and serve the needy people.