After reading, "AlMaghrib Institute: Who is Your Family," in volume 20, issue 08, all I can say is: alhamdulillah! It was truly heartwarming news to hear of these social service initiatives taken up by young AlMaghrib Institute students. Our Prophet Muhammad, sallallahu alayhe wa sallam, tells us about the true love of one another. In addition, Islam teaches us that the true faith is what is demonstrated through positive, sincere deeds, and that action is what makes noticeable progress in society and not just talking and preaching. In the Qur'an, we learn the characteristics of the truly righteous: "As to the righteous, they feed, for the love of Allah, the indigent, the orphan, and the captive (saying), we feed you for the sake of Allah alone, no reward do we desire from you, nor thanks" [77:8-9].With food and nourishment being the most basic physical needs of a human being, feeding others in need has been classified as one of the most outstanding virtues by the Sunnah. So, again, I must commend the AlMaghrib volunteers for providing the needy with the basic necessities of life. As a suggestion for future projects, I hope these exceptional groups of volunteers and Muslims across the globe will remember to extend their services to other needy people in countries like Bangladesh, Pakistan, Malaysia and many other nations with high rates of malnourishment.