About Me  

I'm joining Service Space because ... I like to spread inspiration.

A good day to me is when ... When I see an inspiring video!

My hero in life is ...My fellow volunteers.

My favorite book is ...Biography of Martin Luther King, Jr.

One thing I'm grateful for is ... That there are so many people who do good in the world!


King Of The Island

Jun 03, 2020 Last week's featured video on KarmaTube received 2372 views and 0 comments. "Dreams don't always turn out like we envision. It takes real courage to let go of those cloudy visions and embrace what we find in the light of day. This is a wonderful story about how to use our dreams like stars to travel by while still keeping our hearts open to life as it is." ... Watch: King of the Island

Contact With The Sacred

May 27, 2020 Last week's featured video on KarmaTube received 7870 views and 0 comments. "With spectacular visual images, this film reminds us of the necessity of connecting with the sacred in everyday life. It honors the sacred through sensory feelings of connection, with both the vast expanses such as mountain tops and waterfalls, and with the single dandelion sending its seeds into the future. This connection is further enhanced by the peaceful music that accompanies the images, providing a total experience of having touched the sacred." ... Watch: Contact with the Sacred

How The Jump Rope Got Its Rhythm

May 20, 2020 Last week's featured video on KarmaTube received 5720 views and 9 comments. "The jump rope may be a simple object but for countless generations it has served as a powerful symbol of culture and identity for African American girls and women. The skipping rope is a steady timeline upon which girls add rhymes, rhythms and chants, creating a space that is uniquely their own. It is a word of mouth and word of body treasure passed down from one generation to the next, with influences on hip hop and other music that span the globe." ... Watch: How the Jump Rope Got Its Rhythm

How The Jump Rope Got Its Rhythm

May 13, 2020 Last week's featured video on KarmaTube received 5384 views and 9 comments. "The jump rope may be a simple object but for countless generations it has served as a powerful symbol of culture and identity for African American girls and women. The skipping rope is a steady timeline upon which girls add rhymes, rhythms and chants, creating a space that is uniquely their own. It is a word of mouth and word of body treasure passed down from one generation to the next, with influences on hip hop and other music that span the globe." ... Watch: How the Jump Rope Got Its Rhythm

How The Jump Rope Got Its Rhythm

May 06, 2020 Last week's featured video on KarmaTube received 4926 views and 9 comments. "The jump rope may be a simple object but for countless generations it has served as a powerful symbol of culture and identity for African American girls and women. The skipping rope is a steady timeline upon which girls add rhymes, rhythms and chants, creating a space that is uniquely their own. It is a word of mouth and word of body treasure passed down from one generation to the next, with influences on hip hop and other music that span the globe." ... Watch: How the Jump Rope Got Its Rhythm

How To Be Alone

Apr 29, 2020 Last week's featured video on KarmaTube received 176983 views and 130 comments. "This charming video pays tribute to the happy wholesomeness of being alone. Tanya Davis recites her poem about the ways of solitude, gently cataloging all the places where aloneness can bring freedom and healing. Whether at a lunch counter, park bench, mountain trail, or on the edge of a dance floor - all you have to do is love yourself enough, to love being alone. " ... Watch: How To Be Alone

Lost World

Apr 22, 2020 Last week's featured video on KarmaTube received 2732 views and 6 comments. "For over a decade, the government of Cambodia has granted several private companies concessions to mine mangrove forests for sand. Each year, millions of metric tons of sand are shipped to Singapore to enlarge this island nation's land mass, while Cambodia destroys its only natural protection against erosion, rising sea levels, tsunamis, and hurricanes and lays waste to a vital and fragile ecosystem that thousands of families depend on for their livelihood. Yet the people of Koh Sralau are resilient, as long as the land remains." ... Watch: Lost World

Call To Prayer

Apr 15, 2020 Last week's featured video on KarmaTube received 11605 views and 29 comments. ""Prayer can be anything your heart yearns for." As crowded spaces have become empty and many of us around the world are staying away from loved ones for mutual health and safety concerns, the one thing we can all do is to pray. We can all sit in silence and send out smiles and positive thoughts. Allow Nimo Patel's moving music and the accompanying inspirational visuals by Ellie Walton to inspire your own prayerful thoughts and yearnings for our hurting world." ... Watch: Call to Prayer

The Lost Gift - Short Film

Apr 08, 2020 Last week's featured video on KarmaTube received 7882 views and 16 comments. "Writing in his journal, nine year old Abeer speaks of his frustrations with having to always prove himself at school and at home, never being allowed to be himself. His heartfelt and eye-opening words remind us that each child really is unique and should be cherished as such. The poignant message is, "Don't look at who your child could be, but who your child is." As Abeer points out, if children truly are the best gift, "you're not supposed to fix the best gift."" ... Watch: The Lost Gift - Short Film

What An Insect Can Teach Us About Adapting To Stress

Apr 01, 2020 Last week's featured video on KarmaTube received 7482 views and 11 comments. "In this short animated film, "The Locust Mystery," learn how the gentle harmless grasshopper and the devouring devastating locust are actually the same creature. And how we, also, have many differing "selves" that emerge under various circumstances." ... Watch: What an Insect Can Teach Us About Adapting to Stress