I'm joining Service Space because ... It is full of Love & Compassion I find inner peace here.
A good day to me is when ... I am the reason for someone's smile
My hero in life is ...Nipun Mehta
My favorite book is ...Unlocking mysteries of birth and death
One thing I'm grateful for is ... is showing me this wonderful day today
Apr 22, 2019, 1 comments, 6 smiles Experiences from Love Heals Cancer’s Healing Circle of Caregivers in Gurugram, India: Healing circles are safe havens that help us step out of ordinary time into a safe and accepting environment in which we can explore our healing. With open minds, we work together to discover the best ways to remove obstacles to healing, alleviate suffering, and deepen our capacity to heal. With open hearts, we access our own inner guidance to understand where the greatest healingâ€Š—â€Šin body, emotions, mind, and spiritâ€Š—â€Šcan occur. Read more about Healing Circles on the websiteâ€Š—â€Šhttps://lovehealscancer.org/about-healing-circles Participantsâ€Š—â€ŠAviral, Dimple, Shyam, Rahul, Gautam(Left to Right) The theme of the circle was around the caregiving experiences of the participants and the challenges they faced during their journey. Ripples of the Circle: The group decided to talk piece to be a printed emoji sticker(ðŸ˜Ž) with a message “Be Happy Now” signifying a confident, cool and smiling attitude of the speaker. This sticker was given to ... Read Full Story
Aug 07, 2018, 8 smiles One year back, when we first landed in the US for my late husband Nitesh's cancer treatment, we felt like lost children, helpless and extremely incapable of making it out on our own. Nitesh's health was on a downward spiral and we had no clue as to how we would manage to live in this country with limited means and no support. But then we got connected to the Karia family (Strangers for us at that time Poonam Karia, Parag Karia), who saved us. The past few months have been the most liberating ones, in our lives. Nitesh was showered with abundant love and I was given immense amounts of support, dignity, and respect, things I felt were at times hard to come by back home. They took care of us, clothed and fed us, told us that we could defeat the disease and gave us immense satisfaction by supporting and understanding ... Read Full Story
May 14, 2018, 3 comments, 11 smiles Happy Mother's day: I lost my 27 yr old young husband (Nitesh) to cancer 2 months back. I was so devastated and couldn't do anything on Mothers day for 5 mothers in my life. My mom, Mom in law, 2 moms who took care of us in the USA when we came here for Nitesh's treatment and my sister who recently became a mother. Yesterday late evening I got up and made 5 videos for 5 moms with all pictures involving them, me and Nitesh. They totally Loved it and had tears in their eyes when they saw it. We cherished Nitesh's memories and that's the way he would have wished all Mothers. Sometimes just by doing simple things, you can touch people's hearts and I felt amazing after doing this small act. BE SELFISH BE GENEROUS. Thank you for teaching such priceless things.