Creating Welcoming Space, by Sister Marilyn Lacey

One way of measuring whether our love is genuine, however, is to examine how far we’ve extended the boundaries that determine whom we are willing to be [open to]. When these borders reach out as far as they can go, there will be no one left outside, there will be no one cursed. There will be no more strangers. Everyone will be welcome.

Reflect for a minute on what it feels like to be¬†welcomed. The word means, simply, ‘come and be well’ in my presence. It’s a fundamental human experience, and a very crucial one. Continue reading “Creating Welcoming Space, by Sister Marilyn Lacey”

Arun Dada and Mira Ba, by Nipun Mehta

Two weeks ago, a few of us visited an elderly¬†Gandhian couple in Baroda — Arun Dada and Mira Ba. Now in their 80s, their entire life has been rooted in generosity. As students of Vinoba, they have never put a price tag on their labor. Their presence speaks to a life-long practice of equanimity, trust and compassion. And so do their stories. Continue reading “Arun Dada and Mira Ba, by Nipun Mehta”