Dalai Lama Honors ServiceSpaceIn late February, Dalai Lama awarded Nipun with an "Unsung Hero of Compassion", award and he graciously received it on behalf of ServiceSpace. Read More »
Karma Kitchen in Poland!A room full of strangers spontaneously celebrate one couple's 34th anniversary. Two pre-teens melt hearts with their nonstop acts of kindness. One guest writes a line of gratitude: "A server told me I had a wonderful smile. I had not smiled much lately." And the first Karma Kitchen experiment in Poland is born. Read More »
My Six Weeks of Laddership"How have I evolved? I am not sure yet, except to say that the former me wouldn't allow "not sure" to be an answer." Lara reflects on the subtle shifts from her 6-week virtual Laddership Circle. Read More »
Stories from a 21 Day Inclusion ChallengeOver 1000 participants around the world practiced daily acts of inclusion for 21 days straight last summer. Chandni highlights a few stories from the journey. Read More »
The Gift SpectrumBirju outlines and reflects on different shades of gift economy and ecology. Read More »
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Inspiring Link Posted by Somik Raha, Jan 19 2018 Deeply moved to hear this last night. A Former Neo-Nazi Explains Why Hate Drew Him In â And How He Got Out : NPR Christian Picciolini spent eight years as a member of a violent, white power skinhead group. He eventually withdrew and co-founded a nonprofit to help extremists disengage.
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