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  Surrendering to Grace: A Pilgrim's Journey

On 7th November, 14 yatris (pilgrims) started on a sacred pilgrimage, walking the same path that Gandhi ji and many Satyagrahis had walked from Sabarmati Ashram to the coastal town of Dandi during Dandi Yatra in 1930. The pilgrimage started with many of us coming together in the prayer space at Gandhi Ashram, walled on 4 sides and open to the sky. While not everyone was walking, everyone felt deeply connected with the journey that was about to start.   Pratyush, one of the 14 yatris,... read full story

Posted by Anonymous on Nov 24, 2017 | permalink

  Feeling the Flow of Grace: One-day MBL Retreat in Mumbai

I do not at all understand the mystery of grace – only that it meets us where we are, but does not leave us where it found us. – Anne Lamott All of us have felt the power of that mysterious “invisible hand” of grace in our lives, weaving together incidents and people in remarkably touching and inspiring ways. On a sunny Sunday in April in Bombay (30th), at the Narmada Niketan home for seniors in Belapur, forty people from all across the city felt connected through gra... read full story

Posted by Anonymous on May 24, 2017 | permalink

  Meals on Wheels Mumbai

Last Sunday, our dear Vidhi officially launched Meals on Wheels in Mumbai. Rupali and Ketan lovingly opened up their home (our home — as they put it) and 25 of us were there; the youngest volunteer was three (he was helping us shell peas) and the oldest, 80. Fragrant heart-shaped flower rangoli greeted us at the door and throughout the home (we also got a glimpse of Rupali's incredible paintings — she's a gifted artist). Vidhi steered us beautifully and Rahul as well as... read full story

Posted by Anonymous on Feb 8, 2017 | permalink

  heART Circle - expressions of love

If you get the inside right, the outside will fall into place. ~Eckhart Tolle   Sometimes life’s most precious moments, the ones that make us come alive with a renewed sense of purpose, are the gentlest ones. They arrive unexpectedly and seep into our hearts silently, but change us forever. A year ago, I attended an Awakin Circle at Kinnari and Rahul’s home where I met Nipunbhai and that gathering shifted something inside me deeply  - the seed that was planted there event... read full story

Posted by Anonymous on Jan 31, 2017 | permalink