Be the Cause

“Even if I knew that tomorrow the world would go to pieces, I would still plant my apple tree.” -Martin Luther

Here’s what this week’s quote means to some guests:

~If it’s in your heart it will never leave ya no matter how deep you’ve buried the divine will retrieve ya. True faith in trusting that It will never leave ya. Thanks and love all our friends at Seva. -Dave Schatz

~If I do, it’ll be for GOD and maybe I’ll see it in heaven. –Patsy H

~M.L.K. is part of reason blacks have their freedom & us too.

~In some ways the world is already in pieces and it’s only for those who dare to plant trees where we find hope, compassion and beauty. Small seeds of kindness still can blossom in the aridest land.

~We should try to achieve our goals, we should stop just because we think that it won’t make a difference.

~God gave us and you have given back. Thank you. You’re the best. –Bartholomeur

The Candy canes is all I have

~When a tree blossoms with fruit, it hangs low to the ground wanting to give to others (selfless Service) MLK embodied the bumbleness of a blossomed tree. He respect and loved all beings and it the world wave to end tomorrow the action of love will bring you closer to God.

~Still have hope and faith if things goes apart.

~We should try to achieve our goals, we shouldn’t stop just because we think that it won’t make a difference.


  • Alot of people mentioned how they kind of feel bummed about this chapter of Seva Cafe taking a hiatus. But there’ll be more apple pie (from Dr King’s apple tree) served at a “Seva Cafe” somewhere some-when :)

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    This was not said by Doctor Martin Luther King… This was said by Martin Luther(November 10, 1483 – February 18, 1546), a German monk, priest, professor, theologian, and church reformer. His teachings inspired the Reformation and deeply influenced the doctrines and culture of the Lutheran and Protestant traditions, as well as the course of Western civilization. This will make more sence i hope~ lol.

  • Yes agreed with above.
    Martin Luther and Martin Luther King are two different people.
    They are both heroes of mine because I’m Protestant and a lover of freedom.

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