Dhruti has found her inner self in Swadhayay. It is a place she has been going every Sunday morning since Grade 6. Swadhayay is a place for people of all ages and religions to go and talk about life problems, hear about people’s life changing moments and to improve their quality of life. She says it gives people a really good spiritual experience. “I realized who I am from the inside, rather than from the outside,” Dhruti explains, saying Swadhayay is the place where she realized what kinds of qualities youth today need to acquire. She says brilliance is one of them. Brilliance doesn’t mean to be a science major. “It means to think about others and one’s environment,”she explains. It also means one has to take responsibility of one’s actions, rather than be ignorant. Dhruti explains how the majority of youth today are ignorant and stubborn. “They say ‘I don’t have to do this,’ ‘I don’t have to do that,’ or ‘You can’t make me.’” But she believes that youth today can make a difference in the world; they can be at the top of the world. Some advice she wants to give the leaders of tomorrow is, “Youth need to sit down and think about what and who they are inside.” But she says she understands that pressures from society and the media encourage them to judge others by their outer layer. Dhruti recommends Swadhayay to everyone. “Anyone can join; you don’t have to be Hindu to join.” She says Swadhayay has changed her life since the first day she joined.