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Moved by LoveMoved by Love is a portal dedicated to small acts of transformative service. Through online and local projects, we aim to cultivate decentralized communities of practice that ignite our fundamental generosity, and thus catalyzing both inner and outer transformation.

Inspired by the lives of Gandhi and Vinoba, we started with a small retreat in 2010. Those conversations organically led to a series of ongoing projects whose ripples have now spread far and wide into the world. We invite you to explore more, learn more about our organizing principles, and join us in this movement of love. Thank you for "being the change you wish to see."

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Jul 20, 2018: Siddharth Shah shares, "As I recollect now, what a wonderful time it has been with the 5th graders every week since last ..." in From Surat To Baroda: Kindness Circles
Jul 17, 2018: Suratvanti Ashwin shares, "[We just ended another 3 day Head Hand Heart retreat in Ahmedabad. And each time I've volunte..." in Love Is The Answer :)
Jun 29, 2018: Vaishali Bhayani Shah shares, "[Two of our volunteers, Diken (in Ahmedabad) and Tharanath (in Bengaluru) share their transformat..." in Spreading Joy Through Clowning
May 4, 2018: Vinod Eshwer shares, "When it comes to greening, I get greedy. And I exhibit land Mafia traits. I got to know that a..." in Being the Gentle Voice of Trees
Apr 24, 2018: Drishti Trivedi shares, "A Sunday this month, a few cousins and me invited and hosted our immediate and extended family me..." in Cooking With A Grateful Heart
Apr 22, 2018: Parth J Dave shares, "When 30 participants from across the world walked into Sughad, little did we know how we would co..." in The Gift Of Small
Apr 16, 2018: Smita Navare shares, "A few of us met Gautam Dada and Usha tai in Mumbai this week. Sharing a few pearls ... "B..." in Gautam Dada's Stories From Bhoodan Movement
Apr 7, 2018: Jaimit Vaidya shares, "Arun Dada asked one of us, “How is life treating you? She replied, “It's going gr..." in God’s Grace
Apr 7, 2018: Atul Sahu shares, "[I happened to share this beautiful story in our Laddership circle.] Jignasha was sitting on t..." in The Gift Of Presence

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The Tea Stall that is a Tree Stall
Wherever Chhotu sets up his tea shop, he treats that place as his home, which means he sweeps the area to keep it clean, plants trees all around his shop, and nurtures them till they show significant growth. When he is sure that the trees he planted and the birds flocking to his chinkas will continue to flourish in the care of the other villagers, he moves his tea stall to a different place and starts working his magic all over again.
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