I'm joining Service Space because ... practicing the few things mentioned here calms me down.
A good day to me is when ... I have something to be grateful for, and there are so many!
My hero in life is ...my mom.
My favorite book is ...Watership Down.
One thing I'm grateful for is ... oxygen!
Nov 01, 2020, 2 comments, 11 smiles [In last month's Sacred Space Pod, one of the themes we dove into was on "love and power" and I was reminded of this experience.] In the monastery which I come back to every now and then, there's a young nun who's only a year older than I am. After dropping out of different colleges several times, ordaining in another tradition and then joining this particular lineage, she fully dedicated herself to living a life as best she can. She quietly listened to the grievances of everyone in the monastery, and always took on the jobs that few people wanted, always being the last to clean up the sinks, sort out the trash, etc. I've seen her gently patted someone's hands away, so that she can remove the dregs from the sink drain, or pick out snails from the trash bins, with her bare fingers, leaving the lighter job for all of ... Read Full Story
May 28, 2018, 23 smiles Words cannot express my gratitude for how we all experienced ServiceSpace in Vietnam, last week during Nipun's visit. With palms folded, I offer a Vietnamese Smile Card translation (also posted on KindSpring):