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Celebrating 10 Years In London + Dec/Jan Gatherings Posted by Trishna Shah, Dec 09 2018 December 2018 - London Gatherings This month we celebrate 10 years since the first seeds were planted for a ServiceSpace community in London. Almost exactly to the day, on December 3rd, 2008, we hosted our first Awakin Circle in London and we are so grateful for every step of the journey since then including the beautiful people we've met along the way and the deep sense of community that holds us all together in the spirit of stillness and service. We are especially grateful for the incredibly inspiring and committed anchors behind all the magic, who serve so selflessly in holding space for so many amazing gatherings over the years. This snapshot shares a bit about the journeys of each local anchor in London and how they got involved: A Picture That Holds a Thousand Stories. We look forward to seeing you at Awakin Circles this month along with ... Read Full Story

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ARRESTING A POEM Posted by Yoav Peck, Dec 09 2018 Over the past several years, it has become commonplace to hear people complain of the many ways that the present government is eating away at the foundations of democracy. Last week, I experienced the force of this process myself. I invited the Palestinian poet, Dareen Tatour, to read her poetry at the November Sulha gathering. To my joy, she accepted. I assured her that we would take care of her transport from Reina, north of Nazareth. She pushed aside my offer to pay her for the effort. I became aware of Dareen Tatour through the "Ha'aretz" piece about her that appeared in the weekend section in recent weeks. Until then, she had been just another of many Palestinians, oppressed in various ways, that crossed my path in the media. The "Ha'aretz" interview explored with Dareen her trial, arrest and incarceration, both five months in prison and, for two and a half ... Read Full Story

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Bowing Mantra Posted by Vishnu Narayana, Dec 07 2018 I have always cherished my encounters with Rev. Heng Sure, and because of his most recent visit to our local Awakin Circle, two weeks back, I was delighted to get connected to this poem by him:

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OOOM's Top 100 Of 2018 -- Three From ServiceSpace! Posted by Christine Lendorfer, Dec 06 2018 When Nipun visited Vienna two months ago, among his many meetings was a lunch with Georg and Christina Kindel. I was also delighted to join, and as ripples have it they have just published their 100 most inspiring people of 2018 in their OOOM magazine -- and among them are Nipun, Masami Saionji and Sister Lucy! Nipun even got a mention on the cover, next to Lady Gaga's photo. :) Below is the article that only Germans can read :) ...

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A Picture Holds A Thousand Stories: 10 Years In London Posted by Trishna Shah, Dec 06 2018 This month we celebrate 10 years since the first seeds were planted for a ServiceSpace community in London. Almost exactly to the day, on December 3rd, 2008, we hosted our first Awakin Circle in London and we are so grateful for every step of the journey since then including the beautiful people we've met along the way and the deep sense of community that holds us all together in the spirit of stillness and service. We are especially grateful for the incredibly inspiring and committed anchors behind all the magic, who serve so selflessly in holding space for many amazing gatherings over the years. This snapshot shares a bit about the journeys of each local anchor in London and how they got involved... London Community Snapshot - Anchors They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but in this case I'd say that this picture above holds a thousand stories :) ... Read Full Story

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