About Me  

I'm joining Service Space because ... I have received so much in life and I would like to serve others.

A good day to me is when ... I can actually connect with someone and help

My hero in life is ...Scientists and Dreamers-people who believe that men are capable of anything they set their mind to

My favorite book is ...The 40 Rules of Love

One thing I'm grateful for is ... my sister and daughters


KindSpring Weekly: Spotlight On Kindness: More Karuna

Mar 24, 2020, 1 smiles Latest issue of 'KindSpring Weekly' newsletter is themed Spotlight On Kindness: More Karuna. Life has been upended now for virtually everyone globally and is unlikely to ever go back fully as it was before. Crisis, in Chinese, is the intersection of danger and opportunity - for us both personally and as a species. Let's seize this crisis before us now to evolve consciously and to make karuna (Sanskrit for compassion), not corona, the enduring virus of our times! - Ameeta

KindSpring Weekly: Spotlight On Kindness: In Times Of

Mar 17, 2020, 1 smiles Latest issue of 'KindSpring Weekly' newsletter is themed Spotlight On Kindness: In Times Of Corona. As countries try to figure out the best ways to respond to Coronavirus, it's a good time to remember that we are all a part of a broader global community. Our reaction in times like these has the potential to create a new narrative for all of us. Whether it's trying not to let the fear get the best of us or checking on an elderly neighbor, it has never been more critical to be compassionate. -Guri

KindSpring Weekly: Spotlight On Kindness: Giving With

Mar 10, 2020, 3 smiles Latest issue of 'KindSpring Weekly' newsletter is themed Spotlight On Kindness: Giving With Love. Thoreau said that "the hero is commonly the simplest and obscurest of men". We often feel we don't have much to offer, especially when life has thrown many challenges our way. But, as in the story below, a simple janitor in a school in India who had only small thrown-away pencils to give materially, was able to give infinitely with the heart to show us the true meaning of love and heroism. -Ameeta

KindSpring Weekly: Spotlight On Kindness: Kindness Is

Mar 03, 2020, 1 comments Latest issue of 'KindSpring Weekly' newsletter is themed Spotlight On Kindness: Kindness Is Never Wasted. Sometimes the smallest of kind acts done with genuine love and affection can help uplift a heavy heart. As we go about our busy lives, we're not always tuned into the pain of others. This week's stories come from some of the unlikeliest heroes and remind us that when the world's burdens feel too much, just pay attention to what is in front of us, and let our hearts guide our actions. -Guri

KindSpring Weekly: Spotlight On Kindness:

Feb 25, 2020 Latest issue of 'KindSpring Weekly' newsletter is themed Spotlight On Kindness: Moment-to-Moment Kindness. When we are present in this very moment, with few distracting thoughts, we feel fully alive and are able to experience a purer joy. Kind acts by their very nature bring us into the present moment (whether we are on the giving or receiving end of that kindness) and allow us to interact more fully in that moment. Come alive with moment-to-moment kindness! - Ameeta

KindSpring Weekly: Spotlight On Kindness: My Sweet

Feb 18, 2020 Latest issue of 'KindSpring Weekly' newsletter is themed Spotlight On Kindness: My Sweet Valentine. Valentine's Day can be bittersweet for many people. This week we were pleasantly surprised to see so many stories in the news celebrating love in all its forms. From a student who anonymously made origami hearts for everyone at their school, to a young boy in Texas who decided to gift single roses. Their big-hearts pave the way for us to keep love at the center, no matter what. --Guri

KindSpring Weekly: Spotlight On Kindness: Planting

Feb 11, 2020, 1 smiles Latest issue of 'KindSpring Weekly' newsletter is themed Spotlight On Kindness: Planting Kindness Seeds. Just as we all sit in the shade of good deeds or "trees" planted by those who came before us, we are responsible for sowing good seeds for future generations to come. As the stories below illustrate, these seeds of generosity and altruism are present from infancy and are spread far and wide by ordinary people just trying to help the person right in front of them each day. - Ameeta

KindSpring Weekly: Spotlight On Kindness: The Cosmic

Jan 28, 2020 Latest issue of 'KindSpring Weekly' newsletter is themed Spotlight On Kindness: The Cosmic Web. Each one of us, being a thread in the cosmic web of humanity, holds the power to uplift another with every positive thought and kindness shared. We are all responsible for the energy we bring forward every day as we play our part in the intricate web of life. This shared awareness enables us to rise above the voices of division and strengthens the bonds of reconciliation. - Mish

KindSpring Weekly: Spotlight On Kindness: Kindness Is

Jan 21, 2020, 3 comments, 2 smiles Latest issue of 'KindSpring Weekly' newsletter is themed Spotlight On Kindness: Kindness Is Tireless. As we again honor the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., we must remember not to give up on those who fear and hate. As our story highlights, the love that transforms society does not make a distinction between "worthy" and "unworthy" or between friend and enemy. It is the forces of evil that must be countered; not the persons doing evil, to whom instead we should extend love. - Ameeta

KindSpring Weekly: Spotlight On Kindness: The Most

Jan 14, 2020 Latest issue of 'KindSpring Weekly' newsletter is themed Spotlight On Kindness: The Most Simple Virtue. If the number of "Be kind" T-shirts and books on the virtues of kindness are any indicators, kindness is making a big comeback now. This doesn't seem surprising. With our modern lives saturated with transactional interactions, kindness is the opposite. When you see someone today, remember to be kind; you never know how much one small true gift may mean in that moment. - Ameeta