The Buddhist traditional meditation is a heart-warming practice for the Self, Others and the World.Sigue leyendo «Mettā, The Art of Cultivating Compassionate Love»
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The Quest to Elevate Women Out of Poverty
After surviving the war in Sudan, Karak Denyok launched an organization to help marginalized and impoverished girls and females gain access to education and reintegrate into post-conflict societies through farming schools.
By Natalia Bonilla
The Limits of Our Compassion
From the widespread protests in Colombia, US, Palestine, Afghanistan to climate change urgent pleas and disaster emergencies, how are humans valuing each other’s lives?
By Natalia Bonilla
Pathfinders Implement Alternative Learning Program in Denver’s Forests
Forest schools serve a myriad of purposes depending on their location. Environmentalists have established them in regions where habitats of local species have become endangered from the Choco Andino to the Caribbean.
In North America, Worldmind Nature Immersion School stands out for its unique program proven to help special needs children thrive in an unorthodox context in Denver, Colorado.
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The Hidden Need for Early Menstrual Education
In nearly 10 years, Uruguayan social enterprise Eco-Ser has provided sustainable menstrual products, services and training materials in their native country. Their launch of the Menstrupedia Comic in the Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) region has sparked a groundbreaking interest in breaking period taboos in familiar and community settings but at state-levels, other dynamics are taking place.
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