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: Caring For

Nov 13, 2018 Latest issue of 'KindSpring Weekly' newsletter is themed Spotlight On Kindness: Caring For Your Enemy. In these polarized times, there is much talk of the need for civility and understanding. But kindness goes beyond mere acceptance or understanding of the "other"; it is love and a reflection of oneness - with the power to turn the "other" into "brother". How can we tap into the infinite, transformational power of kindness and love in response to acts of hate, as shown in the stories below?- Preeta

KindSpring Weekly: Spotlight On Kindness: Unlimited

Nov 06, 2018, 1 comments, 1 smiles Latest issue of 'KindSpring Weekly' newsletter is themed Spotlight On Kindness: Unlimited Possibilities. One of our KindSpring members shares an inspiring story about what turned out to be his first day of conscious battle with addiction and reclamation of his true self. His kind interaction with a downtrodden woman on a bus gave him much more than what he gave her, leading him on a journey towards recovery, unlimited possibilities and helping many others via the power of kindness. - Ameeta

KindSpring Weekly: Spotlight On Kindness: The Real

Oct 30, 2018 Latest issue of 'KindSpring Weekly' newsletter is themed Spotlight On Kindness: The Real Powerball. With MegaMillions and Powerball mania sweeping the US last week, it is important to recall that money, like time and power, reveals our hidden truths. For lottery winners and others who receive large sums of money unexpectedly, money can unmask either underlying kindness or layers of hidden demons. Our video and article below show the two sides of this "jackpot". - Ameeta

KindSpring Weekly: Spotlight On Kindness: Falling To

Oct 23, 2018, 1 smiles Latest issue of 'KindSpring Weekly' newsletter is themed Spotlight On Kindness: Falling To Shed And Renew. Nature's seasons offer many quiet lessons. Nature sheds and seeds in autumn, reflects while dormant in winter and bursts forth anew in spring. Similarly, as we fall, a new version of us rises. As one layer of us peels off, a deeper layer is revealed. What feels like falling is often the seed for growth of something new - something deeper and more connected to our authentic nature. - Ameeta

KindSpring Weekly: Spotlight On Kindness: Raising

Oct 16, 2018, 2 smiles Latest issue of 'KindSpring Weekly' newsletter is themed Spotlight On Kindness: Raising Conscious Children. Parenthood is a path to selflessness and service in all cultures. Every parent wants to give to their children. The era of formal and distant parenting has given way to eras of helicopter and lawnmower parenting - with parents trying to remove obstacles in children's paths. Obstacles, however, are important teachers - allowing children vital lessons in resilience and growth in awareness. - Ameeta

KindSpring Weekly: Spotlight On Kindness: Altruistic

Oct 09, 2018 Latest issue of 'KindSpring Weekly' newsletter is themed Spotlight On Kindness: Altruistic Kindness. We feel the "warm glow" of kind acts regardless of whether it is strategic (something to be gained as a consequence) or altruistic (nothing to be gained personally). In the study below, psychologists have found there is something even more unique about altruistic kindness and our intentions behind altruistic giving. They conclude that altruistic giving should not be minimized by "tokens". - Ameeta

KindSpring Weekly: Spotlight On Kindness: Working In

Oct 02, 2018, 1 smiles Latest issue of 'KindSpring Weekly' newsletter is themed Spotlight On Kindness: Working In Community. Although every act one person does makes a difference, how does working in community help even more? Working with others unites people from diverse backgrounds working towards a common goal, saves resources, builds teamwork and camaraderie, promotes personal growth and self esteem, reduces stress and even makes one healthier by strengthening one's own immune system! - Ameeta

KindSpring Weekly: Spotlight On Kindness: Being An Ally

Sep 25, 2018, 1 comments, 1 smiles Latest issue of 'KindSpring Weekly' newsletter is themed Spotlight On Kindness: Being An Ally. Our inspiring featured video today takes us to a special 4th grade classroom where a unique teacher invites the kids to answer the question of "when and why you would choose to step in" to help someone? A look inside this classroom shows that with the right tools, and a lot of space for self-expression, our world's younger generation promises much hope as stewards of humanity. - Ameeta

KindSpring Weekly: Spotlight On Kindness: Celebrating

Sep 18, 2018, 2 smiles Latest issue of 'KindSpring Weekly' newsletter is themed Spotlight On Kindness: Celebrating Peace!. September 21 is the Annual United Nations International Day of Peace - a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples. Let us allow the peace that resides within each of us to shine. Open our hearts to encircle the world in loving kindness. One kind thought, one kind act, one origami peace dove at a time. It all makes a difference. - Mindy

KindSpring Weekly: Spotlight On Kindness: Focusing On

Sep 11, 2018, 1 smiles Latest issue of 'KindSpring Weekly' newsletter is themed Spotlight On Kindness: Focusing On The Process. Our article below discusses how extraordinary people find success and liberation by only focusing on the process and not on the outcome. They have learned that the only thing one actually controls is their own attitude, mindset and actions. This same focus to the process applies to kind acts - when serving others, focus on the serving, and not on how your service is received. - Ameeta