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Service – action and intention- Swara Pandya

October 11th, 2013 | 1 Comment

Is service just action or pure intentions or ‘bhav’, equally required ? reflections on service and spirituality and learnings from few service warriors who had no exit strategy and served till their last moment in life. Swara stays in Baroda, India and also hosts Awakin meditation circle in her home. Here’s few volunteer stories: Letters […]

Sanitation a way of life – Birju Pandya

October 7th, 2013 | No Comments

Can sanitation be a way of life ? Birju shares few personal experiences and learnings from Shri Ishwar Bhai patel, also fondly known as the toilet man of India. In Environmental Sanitation Institute, Ahmedabad, India. More about Birju

Yes I am The Change 2013 Journey

September 28th, 2013 | No Comments

A glimpse of YES! I am the Change 2013 Journey. The team traveled more than 6000 kms, did media workshops in 17 cities and more than 2100 participated to make films on kindness and social causes.

Spirited circles – Mallik Posanipalli

May 30th, 2013 | No Comments

Mallik returned to India after spending the majority of his life In the States. Post college he has primarily dedicated his time to self directed education and he is now focused on Holistic systems, Gift economy and the unfolding of organic Learning Societies. He is currently engaged in the Practice and Promotion of An Urban […]

YES! i am the change 2013 announcement video

April 26th, 2013 | 1 Comment

YES! i am the Change is a nationwide film project, where filmmakers and amateurs make short films of upto four minutes duration in 101 hours on an NGO/ social cause / everyday hero/ act of kindness. The project aims at igniting inner transformation of youth through a series of basic filmmaking workshops followed by a four […]

Pavithra Mehta

March 18th, 2013 | No Comments

Pavithra Mehta!  She is a writer-filmmaker in a family of 21 eye surgeons. This might explain why she shares stories that help people see.  You might know her for her poetry, or perhaps her book Infinite Vision (which incidentally was on the homepage of NY Times last week), or perhaps her visionary work behind ServiceSpace projects like DailyGood and Karma Kitchen. You […]