“Radiate boundless love towards the entire world,” the Buddha is quoted. A worthy goal, yet potentially overwhelming and vague in its application and scope. Jesus taught that “faith the size of a mustard seed could move mountains” (Matthew 17:20-21). Perhaps, then, mustard seeds of love, is all we need to reach the larger world as we radiate our love. What then are these mustard seeds of love in our personal and public lives? And why do these seeds seem to depend on the love we feel for ourselves?