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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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Aug 23, 2017: Pranita shares, " Atul currently works in a school, as part of Teach For India and has been sharing some amazing ..." in Small acts with great love
Aug 10, 2017: Vidhi Desai shares, "Every moment is a possibility from the tangent of life, and each moment turns up like a dew drop ..." in Art and its infinite possibilities
Aug 7, 2017: Neerad Trivedi shares, "This weekend we had the wonderful opportunity to spend some time with Shri. Babulal Gandhi, a liv..." in Surrendering to the emergence
Jul 23, 2017: Rahul Hasija shares, "[Rahul Hasija volunteered for the first time at a recent Moved By Love retreat and shares his hea..." in Life is indeed a song to sing…
Jun 23, 2017: Meghna, Swara & Parag shares, ""Look deep into nature and you will understand everything better" - Albert Einstein ..." in Here Comes the Rain: Two Laddership Circles!
May 24, 2017: Anonymous shares, "I do not at all understand the mystery of grace – only that it meets us where we are, but d..." in Feeling the Flow of Grace: One-day MBL Retreat in Mumbai
May 23, 2017: Vinit Gujarathi and Vidhi Desai shares, "Can you believe that 40 people met as unknowns one morning and felt like a family the same evenin..." in Unexpected kindness and grace - One day MBL retreat in Mumbai
May 3, 2017: Sheetal Vaidya shares, "Recently Po was admitted to hospital for kidney stone pain. As there was no special room availabl..." in Morphine Patch
Apr 29, 2017: Neerad Trivedi shares, "In this moving TEDx talk, Preethi Sreenivasan talks about the power of perspective, the unconditi..." in The Power of Perspective

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Dr Ruth Pfau: A Candle of Hope
Dr Ruth arrived as a young woman of 31 in Karachi from Germany in 1960. It was chance that took her to the Lepers Colony on McLeod Road. Within three years, she had set up a proper leprosy clinic, now an eight-storey hospital on Shahrah-i-Liaquat, and the hub of 157 leprosy centres all over the country.
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