Nipun Mehta: Changing the Story with Kindness (E01)

A conversation with Nipun Mehta, founder of ServiceSpace, on kindness and generosity, non-monetary wealth, and how even small, simple acts of kindness alter the fabric of our world to have potentially enormous social and political consequences.

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  1. Although I did not respond to the question about the acts of kindness in my life during the call*, I have been thinking since then about how I have been both the recipient of and witness to countless acts of kindness. Being kind to others also gives me great joy and yes, there has been an astonishing flood of synchronicities in my life in the past few years – perhaps partially as a result of both the increased giving and receiving of kindness.

    However I am also aware of how much more comfortable I am giving then receiving. As I explore what is underneath my feelings about both roles, I find shadow aspects of myself that are clearly in need of a little kindness!

    P.S. Good luck with finding a new kind stranger, Phyl!

    * I came on the call late and missed the Instructions on how to “raise my hand” and then at the very end when they were repeated, I decided that my story was too long for the end of the call.

  2. What a great conversation Charles with Nipun.

    In my own “calling” I encourage others to awaken to the “Natural Principles” that describe how the Universe/Nature works through a vital steering energy I call (like many others) Divine Love.

    Compassion (essentially acts of kindness) is at the forefront of these Principles and as stated in the conversation, an intrinsic element in aiding someone to achieve a healthier mental balance and thus different perception of their reality.

    I’m always on the look out for practices that can help people exercise the Natural Principles, and had not come across or before. Fabulous resources for practicing the Principle of Compassion. I’m off to order some smile cards!

    My gratitude and appreciation goes out to you and Nipun,


  3. Thanks Charles for this…and for everything. Yes, I can think of just three kindnesses I can do right now and I will follow the 21 days practice. It will be good for me as I can be (meaning ‘am’) very self oriented and doing most things for some benefit for me. Thanks dear friend

  4. I’m 66, i still remember as a child, people would say “what are you smiling about?’ are you crazy, and wondering what was wrong with me.

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