I do Karuna appeal not because they are easy, in fact, they are never easy. But in my deepest sense, I know they make difference to myself and my brothers and sisters in India. In my opinion, one of the best practical application is available in our community to help others.
I like what Sangharakshita said, “Karuna appeal is a spiritual practice because you are doing something for others”
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We warmly invite you to join me Sanghamani, Sanghanath and Akashamitra next Thursday 18th March, 5-6pm for our live 2021 appeals event to learn how the pandemic has directly impacted the most marginalised communities and the life saving impact Karuna funding has had.
Find out how you can join in solidarity by participating in this years online/home town based appeals to help change the lives of future generations.
Maxo’s own life was touched significantly by Covid 19 when he lost two people close to him to the virus during this appeal. He didn’t let that become an obstacle but a fuel to motivate him to raise money to help the Dalit communities in India and Nepal whose situation is dire. He said that “It felt wrong to let the thing that you are fundraising for get in the way of fundraising.. ” It was this fire that meant...
Sanghanath has been connected with Karuna throughout his life. When he was a child he benefited from a Karuna project in his village in India and now he works for the Karuna fundraising team here in the UK.
Today is “Ambedkar Jayanti” and, like many people across India and the rest of the world, Sanghanath will be celebrating Dr Ambedkar’s legacy today from home. Ambedkar not only gave India its constitution but he also did so much for the liberation of women,...