Our cheeks were hurting from the grins we had as we pulled into those familiar gates of the orphanage and started seeing all of these cute little heads popping out from around the corners of doors. We were excited to see “our” girls again, and more importantly, to share the experience with the other on the retreat ...Learn More >>
We have arrived! And are still arriving… one by one. Seems like the holiday weather in the States gave everyone an opportunity to practice santosha, the practice of contentment with the present. All of the canceled & delayed flights, lost luggage & mixed navigation in a foreign land… Everyone has a travel story with the happy ending of “We’re here!”.
Where is here?
For those not familiar with the layout of India and where the orphanage is in relation to… say… ...
The night before a foreign flight out is always an exciting time. Do we have all of the packing lists that were started? What’s our clothing strategy for going from the frosty States to tropic India? And best part… where do we put all of the goods our community donated to the orphanage?
Digging into the bags & ...Learn More >>
We had an amazing experience to start off our next Kunga Yoga trek out into the world. Students of the Friends School of Wilmington heard about our service retreat to India to help the Home of Hope Orphanage and they wanted to create a relationship between the two organizations.Learn More >>