Updates from the Moved By Love family | April 2015
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Moved By Love March Retreat

"What is our highest value that we honor or wish to honor in our life?" with this seed, 35 noble friends came together during the March Moved by Love retreat. Many stories of love and service unfolded over 3 days. The biggest blessing was the presence of Dwarko ji and Arun dada who shared their wisdom and grace with everyone. 
During a recent college festival in hindu campus, volunteers of Youth Alliance created a wave of love and joy with impromptu free hug posters! The whole campus came alive with everyone hugging and smiling at each other. 
There is something special about the Dongri girls that keeps calling Lahar back to them. She shares how letting them be their special self allows her to serve them and co-create beauty. 

'A magical Seva Cafe'

This month's Seva Cafe in Bangalore was truly magical as Autistic kids from Snehadhara Foundation volunteered in all activities - from cutting and cooking to decorating, welcoming and serving the guests from the heart. 

'Esperanca - Hope on the streets'

Two musicians armed with their guitars, stools, patience and enthusiasm are creating music of hope and love with street children in Luanda every week. 
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Seva Cafe: Volunteer or visit the Gift Economy restaurant in Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Pune and Mumbai. RSVP.

Awakin Gatherings: Several groups sit for an hour of meditation in cities across India. Join them here.

Moved By Love Retreat: Join us for the next 3 day gathering.

Maitri Tunes: Sheetal Sanghvi shares a song rooted in values with the eco-system. Click here to sign up.
To hear about local events in your city, email us at dosti@movedbylove.org

Books:  Volunteers have put together a 'gold mine' of 15 of Vinoba Bhave's books online. We invite you to dig into this treasure to read and share!

173 kids from the underprivileged communities recently put up a beautiful show - 'Prem no Parivaar' that told stories of 7 local heroes through dance and drama.
"Gratitude and Suffering cannot co-exist"