I'm joining Service Space because ... I want to spread goodness around and in turn have goodness all around me...
A good day to me is when ... I have made someone happy
My hero in life is ...My experiments with Truth
My favorite book is ...S N Goenka
One thing I'm grateful for is ... Getting introduced to Vipassana at a very early age in life...
Mar 10, 2017, 4 smiles Below is a photo of a Kori Bustard Couple with live hare kill ... in Amboseli National Park, Kenya. Kori Bustard (Ardeotis kori) is the largest flying bird native to Africa. The male Kori Bustard might be the heaviest living animal capable of flight. It was astonishing to see the couple hunt the hare leveret (cub) after about thirty minutes of feeding on insects, etc and crossing the road from behind our vehicle. It was a scene of immense compassion, as we sighted the Kori Bustard picking up the helpless leveret in it's beak and we were helplessly watching the scene from the vehicle. The laws of nature are supreme and we take a bow!!! Please feel free to share or ask for a high res image... :)
Feb 17, 2017, 9 comments, 29 smiles [Originally posted on Gandhi 3.0 feed, after our retreat in India at the end of January.] Koti Koti Vandan. Kindly accept my deepest gratitude for allowing me to be a part of this divine space... Gandhi 3.0. I have no words to express how I feel about my experiences with truth and unconditional love, both during the retreat, and now as I enter my day-to-day life activities. The divine company of pure souls and the zeal of the volunteers was awe-inspiring. Volunteers were people with a golden heart. They had just one goal of love, share, and care. They all were epitome of self-less service to man-kind! ESI- the sacred-space was over-whelming! The purity of the space was super-imposing. Each and every particle in the space was filled with deep compassion and unconditional love. Such environment was “just right” for inner-transformation. This space contributed in more ways than one in taking me one step closer to ... Read Full Story