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Two Days of Infinite Love in South Texas

Two Days of Infinite Love in South Texas

Feb 23, 2014-- "Four mothers started Infinite Love in Southern Texas, as a way to transform the suffering in their own lives into compassion. One went through a tough divorce, another's son fell off a third story and is now paralyzed from waist down, another lost her husband to cancer. As biological sisters, they nurtured each other but the tipping point came when their 30-year-old nephew, Vishal, passed away from a rare form of cancer he had been fighting since he was 18. "He was a bright light in our family, and as it got closer to the time when we knew we were losing him, he would remind us -- 'I'm not leaving you. I'm just merging into the grass, the trees, the stars -- I will be part of everything.' We sat down and on Valentine's Day of 2012, we decided to honor him by spreading love in the world. And our movement was born." Infinite Love has been steadily sowing the seeds of empathy, fellowship, and compassion in one of the toughest parts of America. On a two-day trip to Southern Texas, Nipun Mehta shares stories of a community transforming itself from the inside out. (3752 reads)

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