Browsing all posts from May, 2010.

The Compassion Union

May 17th, 2010 | No Comments

This is the third installment of a series (see Thinking Big, Living Small andNandan’s Experiment with Shoes). I will use questions from Mazarine’s comment to my second piece as the stimulus for this piece: “I love the idea of growing horizontally, and living simply, but can you give us some clues about how you did that? Are […]

Thinking Big, Living Small

May 10th, 2010 | No Comments

It’s been over 3 years, since MAM was formed. Its interesting to see how naturally our progression in terms of team-size has lowered (as opposed to increasing). It wasn’t a conscious effort to scale down. Neither was it the case that people weren’t interested. But we just came across people for a reason, and a season […]

Nandan’s Experiments With Shoes

May 1st, 2010 | No Comments

It all started with a Wednesday meditation night that Madhu and I were hosting in Bombay.  As we all shared our “aha moments” in the second hour, there was silent contributor in the room — Nandan.  It was his first time and not knowing what to share, he gently says, “I don’t know how appropriate this […]