I'm joining Service Space because ... i love and believe in everything and everyone involved.
A good day to me is when ... I'm outside, moving, feeling grateful, and thinking new thoughts.
My hero in life is ...the many, many, many people who spread kindness and share
My favorite book is ...Goodness, how would i pick? Right now I'm reading a lot of Christian mystics b/c I'm in the Living School, and I am enjoying those.
One thing I'm grateful for is ... having a body, having senses
Dec 25, 2020, 7 comments, 30 smiles Nipun spoke at our Jubilee.gift gathering a couple days ago, and it touched me deeply. His insights coming from his 30-day silence retreat had us all swimming in love, and I joked that I'm booking him to speak after every meditation retreat. :) This was a part of Jubilee Gift: The Course, an invitational 9-month Journey into Money & Belonging for wealth holders, entrepreneurs, and wisdom keepers. Our aim is to break from the economic and financial models we have known, to transmute financial capital into a flow that enables everyone’s gifts, and to build the spiritual ballast we are going to need as the world radically changes shape. His talk was part of this month's session: "Practices & Conditions", which was about about the practices that keep us trained on, and operating from, an open heart. We had given one of his old posts about his own personal practices as contextual reading. I am filled with gratitude Nipun and wanted to share this with this whole community!! :) Also - a quote I have on my fridge that I used in my introduction ...
Sep 08, 2020, 1 comments, 6 smiles Dear friends, Thank you for practicing Belonging with me these past three weeks. Here is some of what I heard and learned from you: Early on, you shared beautiful reflections on what belonging feels like to you. One of you said: “Belonging is being home, it is where the heart is. Where it is safe. Love and kindness, warmth and peace. A welcoming embrace.” One of you wrote to say it is surprising where you do feel Belonging deeply - and also how you don't feel it where you'd think -- "my work colleagues, professional society, family (!)" Together we looked at the land where we live. A few of you learned for the first time who was indigenous to the place you now call home, and one of you shared your tears and a poem you’d wrote years ago, with the line: “The soil of our agrarian roots nourished with the bone ... Read Full Story