I'm joining Service Space because ... Joining because I want to give & grow :)
A good day to me is when ... A good day is when love is shared
My hero in life is ...Each & every soul who walks the path
My favorite book is ...As a "bookaholic", hard to pick one fave, but Autobiography of a Yogi is one.
One thing I'm grateful for is ... Grateful for finding this community which has transformed my heart
Feb 16, 2018, 8 smiles Opinion: Van Jones and Valarie Kaur: Americans need to love each other Today Van Jones and Valarie Kaur want to talk about a different kind of love: How Americans can start loving each other in 2018 — even the people we disagree with the most.
Sep 11, 2017, 4 smiles 🕊🌍🕊 9/11............. ~ From Tricycle Magazine: Along with the great sadness of 9/11 came a feeling of powerlessness. But as Thanissaro Bhikkhu wrote in our 2001 special section, “September 11: Practice and Perspectives”: ✨"We may be powerless to change the past, but we do have the power to shape the present and the future by what we do, moment by moment, right now.✨ By maintaining equanimity as well as extending compassion to others, we both honor the lives of those who died that day—and in the many violent acts since—and pave the way for a safer, saner world." ❤️🕊And President Obama said, "Even the smallest act of service, the simplest act of kindness, is a way to honor those we lost, a way to reclaim that spirit of unity that followed 9/11."❤️🕊
Aug 19, 2017, 1 comments, 5 smiles From Mark Nepo: Like so many, I've been deeply troubled by the events of Charlottesville and Trump's response. I wrote this piece to help myself make sense of where we find ourselves. I share this with all of you and invite you to share it with others. ☀️Always, we must remember and affirm that we are more together than alone.☀️ IN THE AFTERMATH OF CHARLOTTESVILLE: WHERE TO NOW? In the wake of white supremacists marching violently through Charlottesville, Virginia on August 12th, in the aftermath of Nazis stalking a synagogue with automatic weapons here in 21st century America, and after the death of 32-year-old Heather Heyer who was killed by a rabid, young white nationalist speeding his car into a crowd, Donald Trump equivocated to the point of tacitly sanctioning Fascism in America. This collapsed the political floor. We are now below politics and nothing less than the lifeline of decency is at ... Read Full Story