" Modi said that if there is a sense of service, there is no stress or tiredness in anyone. He had this feeling when he worked for the wellbeing of 1.25 billion people of this country. "
New Delhi, Sep 5 - Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday said politics should not be considered a profession but a service.

Answering a query from a student during an interaction on Teachers' Day about how he dealt with stress in his job, Modi said that the spirit of service in an individual creates a feeling of affinity with people.

If there is no affinity, there cannot be sense of service, Modi said.

He cited an instance of a girl carrying her younger brother but not feeling tired because she had a sense of duty towards him.

Politics should be seen as service, that too due to sense of affinity (towards people). Positions keep coming and going. This is part of the (democratic) system, he said.

Modi said that if there is a sense of service, there is no stress or tiredness in anyone. He had this feeling when he worked for the wellbeing of 1.25 billion people of this country.

He smiled and said, when I talk with kids like you, all my tiredness vanishes.


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