Inner Net

Website of Nipun Mehta

My life is an attempt to bring smiles in the world and silence in my heart. I want to live simply, love purely, and give fearlessly. That's me.

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recent talks

2023: an epic Gandhi 3.0 retreat with global luminaries, UPenn address on MLK day on #heartivism, heartful dialogue with three generations, plus Heart talks with scientist and mystic, and two techies ...

2022: fast-moving interview with renowned Michael Krasney, a talk on death and on Gandhi's 11 Vows in Modern Context (talk), BATGAP interview, personal reflection on A Mother's Dilemma, from a system's point of view Designing for Noble Friendships, and an everyday encounter. Latest: Playing an Infinite Game

2021: Three Memorable Conversations, a spontaneous talk to GNH folks in Bhutan, dialogue on quest for a meaningful life, and Buddha at the Gas Pump. + New Awakin website.

2020: Post Meditation Reflections (Dec), talk to Elders (Dec), Uncertainty as a Bridge to Compassion (Nov), a profile On Kindness (Oct), a dialogue On Education (Aug)

2019: Goi Peace Award, interview On Gift and On Laddership, and Gandhi and ServiceSpace.

Embrace the Grace: a commencement in Philippines

Technology and Values: talk to investment bankers in London

Being the Change, Changes the Being: at a college in Austria

On Relationships: a (rather long) transcript of a circle in India
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recent travels

Two Sisters in Vietnam

Field of Love in Philippines

Gandhi 3.0: Grand Rehearsal (in India)

Karma Kitchen in Poland: with monks!
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recent writings

Drawing Boundaries

Spectrum of Teachers

Architecture for Greater Inclusion

Giving Away a Billion Dollars -- Or Not
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older highlights

Dalai Lama Blessing: beyond words. :)

Obama's Council: on poverty and inequality.

Designing For Generosity: popular TEDx Talk.

Paths are Made By Walking: UPenn commencement.


Projects I'm Involved With

"Service doesn't start when you have something to give; it blossoms naturally when you have nothing left to take."

"Real privilege lies in knowing that you have enough."