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March 26, 2020

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How Does A Heart of Service Respond to These Times?

In times of crisis, people reach for meaning. Meaning is strength. Our survival may depend on our seeking and finding it.

– Viktor Frankl –

How Does A Heart of Service Respond to These Times?

“Coronavirus has uprooted the fabric of our lives. How does a heart of service respond to an unknown cause and how do we build resilience when we can’t be physically together? Uncertain times raise significant questions that can architect a new story for our future. Carbon emissions have dropped dramatically, but xenophobia is rising. Nursing homes are being evacuated, only to bring elders home to their families. Shopping malls are empty but family meals are on the rise. Awakening of kindness is pervasive, but the inequality of human suffering is evident. Borders are still present, but the boundaries of our shared humanity are getting blurry. Yes, undercurrents of fear are everywhere, but so are prayers. Jack Kornfield recently shared, “The virus isn’t happening to us; it’s happening for us.” Last week 90 individuals from across the ServiceSpace ecosystem circled online to explore the call of these times. { read more }

Be The Change

At the end of this month, ServiceSpace is hosting a follow up conversation for kindred spirits: “What Would Love Do?” Learn more here. { more }

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