Updates from the Moved By Love family | November 2015
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I am because we are

In the last few years ESI staff members have been silently serving the participants and volunteers of over two dozen MBL retreats. It was one of the deepest experiences of oneness when the volunteers held a 2-day retreat for the staff members. Who is the server and who is served? We are all one. More here!  
It is one of the most beautiful and fearful areas of the country. Driving through the isolated roads of Jharkhand, Sheetal shares the stories of fear she encountered and the stories of heroes she met during the Bhav Yatra
Aditi joined 40 noble friends in the ESI campus for a 3 day MBL retreat. Like many she came in with a lot of questions and walked out with just one answer - Love. Read her reflections here.

'Seva Cafe in Pune'

It was like putting together a festival when the volunteers started planning Seva Cafe to celebrate Gandhi Jayanti in Pune. There was magic in every corner and in every heart present in the restaurant.  Bhumi and Shrikrishna share the magic.

'Life is happening each morning'

Prarthana gives a poetic rendition to the magic, called life, and urges us to turn inwards to look for answers as life is happening even when we are not looking.
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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 and/or the next 3-day Startup Service gathering in December.

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

Make someone Smile: On Durga Puja, a group of youngsters armed with their Guitars went out on the streets of Agartala, to make someone happy.

Ahmedabad no Rickshawalo: Some translated pages from Udai bhai's diary from the first few days of his starting the gift economy auto-rickshaw in Ahmedabad.
"The fragrance remains on the hand that gives the rose" Mahatma Gandhi