Aloha Friends,

Today’s seva story #60 of 100 comes from Cheryl who lives in Whistler. Seva means selfless service for the benefit of all. ¬†I am collecting 100 seva stories for inspiration, ideas and to spread positive news.

Cheryl was visiting an unfamiliar city and decided to take an exploratory walk and let her heart lead the way. During her walk she found a pair of reading glasses that were left behind near a statue. Cheryl was not able to find the owner of the glasses so she asked a homeless woman if she needed reading glasses. The women without a house said “yes, I do” and they fit her well.

This is a example of how easy it can be to fill a need for others. Please share your seva story with me so we can spread the Seva! Aloha and Namaste,  Johanna info@johannawaters.com