Dalai Lama Honors ServiceSpaceDalai Lama awarded Nipun with an "Unsung Hero of Compassion", award and he graciously received it on behalf of ServiceSpace. Read More »
Gandhi 3.0: Grand Rehearsal of Unconditional Love70 global love warriors hold a simple idea: if diverse people can all hold space with a focus on inner transformation, something may shift in the matrix of our interconnection and create a field for radically innovative solutions for today's challenges. 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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Angels Of Hope Amongst Us Posted by Poonam Singh, Mar 17 2018 This is part 2 of my story meeting Joshua as I wrote about in Revolutionary Amongst at Kindness in the Park . We see our brother Joshua again at Kindness in the Park the following week! What a joy to see him! As we stand chatting, we stare at my youngest daughter playing freely by the tree. She is looking up at the sky. She is making funny expressions and practicing difference stances and walks. We were both looking at her while we were talking and catching up and laughing. I was telling him a bit about my family and he was telling me about his. As we Indians and Africans both do, it was important for us to talk about our family history. It is important, he says, to tell me about the meaning of his name and all the names of his children and parents. They all have meaning. He said ... Read Full Story
Ripples Of DailyGood Reach London Posted by Trishna Shah, Mar 17 2018 It's so lovely to see when a seed planted through virtual sharing of inspiration ripples out and plants another seed locally. So often, we see a beautiful dance between offline and online inspiration in the ServiceSpace community and today I was reminded of one such example. In London, we've been preparing for a one-day retreat this Sunday where we plant to collectively explore the theme "From Me to We." In our WhatsApp planning group for the retreat :), someone suggested to Vicky that it would be nice for her to share a bit about the event she and Rosa have planned for the upcoming International Day of Happiness. They both are part of the founding team of their labour of love project The Museum of Happiness here in London, where she and Rosa have started hosting Awakin Circles as well this year. Here was a message from Vicky and Rosa, in ... Read Full Story
The Present Of Standing Still Posted by Jyoti , Mar 14 2018 The days that I don’t know If I am coming or going Are the easiest For gifting myself The present of Standing still.
Hi Everyone! I Would Like To ... Posted by Rupal Bhatt, Mar 14 2018 Hi everyone! I would like to start an Awakin Circle in my town. I would appreciate tips on how to invite and open it up. Thanks!
Rick Brooks: Building Community With Free Little Posted by Preeta Bansal, Mar 14 2018 This week's Awakin Call guest: 'Rick Brooks: Building Community With Free Little LibrariesReflection questions: Our guest this week started a global movement to create simple gift-based book exchanges in localities throughout the world, on the view that community is built when we share with others that what gives us meaning and a sense of belonging, and that what matters to us. Have you ever had the experience of building relationship with a stranger based on common reading material or shared objects of meaning?