About Me  

I'm joining Service Space because ... I wish to be an instrument of change and I love how ServiceSpace gives opportunities to actualize this.

A good day to me is when ... I'm able to sit in silence. I'm able to be of service to you and others. I'm able to laugh until my stomach hurts.

My hero in life is ...anyone who embodies love and deep listening.

My favorite book is ...Calvin and Hobbes. It was my first book to show deep wisdom through great humor.

One thing I'm grateful for is ... having the opportunity to breathe and breathe 'slowly'

12 Year Old Sadie And Her ComfortKitsForKids

Jun 10, 2020, 1 smiles Where a loss can shake you, it also brings with it an opportunity -- an opportunity to help shine lives around you. You have a choice to grieve or help grieve. For 12 year-old Sadie, it was clear. She wanted to help children who lost loved ones and wanted to let them know they are cared for. I enjoy talking to kids as they embody an exceptional wisdom that can be neither gauged nor mirrored and Sadie was no exception. Here's a glimpse into our chat with her. 1. What inspired you to start ComfortKitsForKids and how has the experience been so far? I have experienced many losses myself and my mom is super aware of that fact. I also happen to know a lot of people who have been through with immense grief and I really wanted to help them and more. I have been doing this for almost two years now ... Read Full Story

12 Year-Old Sews Hundreds Of Masks And Feeds Strangers

May 23, 2020, 4 smiles Children and magic almost always go hand in hand. In their pure magic lies their honesty, imagination and love. One day, on our journey with KarunaVirus, we received a message from the aunt of 12 year-old Laksha Shroff from Atlanta, Georgia. The message spoke about how the child’s spirit of service and love for communities has made her an everyday hero. Somewhere between homework, school and exams, she has been sewing masks along with her mother while her father and brother are distributing them. The money raised is donated to a local nonprofit by the name Tilman House Charity. Her day starts early and goes deep into the nights just so she can meet the demand and the deadlines. She named her project ‘Happily Ever After’ as she truly believes that the end to every story is always in bright light in spite of some absence of light along the way. We ... Read Full Story

A Classic Parable

Apr 16, 2020, 4 comments, 12 smiles Came across this great animation of the classic parable, Maybe Said The Farmer: