I'm joining Service Space because ... I want to deepen my journey of service.
A good day to me is when ... my service brings a smile to at least one person.
My hero in life is ...Chants of a lifetime by Krishna Das
My favorite book is ...a man who travelled from village to village giving nine herbs and their healing knowledge to the women of the community so they could protect their families' health. He did this with no agenda, and no fees. Wherever he showed up, he was taken care of.
One thing I'm grateful for is ... having my teacher, Shunyaji, in my life.
Jan 09, 2016, 3 comments, 4 smiles Next Saturday (Jan 16), I will be moderating an Awakin Call with Prof. Eva Harris of UC, Berkeley and am collecting questions to ask her. I'd like to request a few minutes of your time to read about her and suggest your top question as a comment to this post. Eva is a very special scientist, affectionately called the Robin Hood of biotechnology. From this interview in the New York Times: She takes new discoveries in molecular and biological technology, breaks them down into their simplest forms, figures out ways to replicate them at lower costs and then transfers the information to public health workers in the developing world. [...] ''I see science as a social contract,'' she said over coffee in Berkeley. ''I do it to understand the biological functioning of cells and to understand disease to eradicate it. To me, science is about making a better world.'' For Eva, biology is her way to ... Read Full Story