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Prison Phoenix Trust Prison Phoenix Trust The Prison Phoenix Trust encourages prisoners in the development of their spiritual welfare, through the practices of meditation and yoga, working with silence and the breath.
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Prisoners Literature Project Prisoners Literature Project The Prisoners Literature Project is an all-volunteer, non-profit group that sends free books directly to prisoners who request them from throughout the United States.
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Transition US Transition US The Transition Movement is a vibrant, grassroots movement that seeks to build community resilience in the face of such challenges as peak oil, climate change and the economic crisis.
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The West-Eastern Divan Orchestra The West-Eastern Divan Orchestra The West-Eastern Divan Orchestra has proved time and again that music can break down barriers previously considered insurmountable. The only political aspect prevailing the West-Eastern Divan's work is the conviction that there will never be a military solution to the Middle East conflict, and that the destinies of the Israelis and Palestinians are inextricably linked. Through its work and existence the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra demonstrates that bridges can be built to encourage people to listen to one another.

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Join Together Join Together This organization aims to inform Americans of the economic and social costs of substance abuse and its impact on their lives, as well as, remove the stigma of substance abuse and replace shame and despair with hope. Substance abuse is our nation's number one health problem and a major player in the many social problems our nation faces. The good news is that addiction is a preventable and treatable disease.
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New Dimensions New Dimensions Through its worldwide radio broadcasts, books. and tapes, New Dimensions opens up the global conversation with new insights and new ways of thinking. New Dimensions listens in to what is emerging in the world and encourages that goodness on a wide scope of subjects such as social, political, scientific, ecological, and spiritual frontiers through deep dialogues.
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Habitat for Humanity Habitat for Humanity Through volunteer labor and donations of money and materials, Habitat and its homeowner families have built or rehabilitated more than 400,000 houses.
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The Mayo Clinic The Mayo Clinic To learn more about the Mediterranean diet:
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Quakerspeak Quakerspeak Video interviews with Quakers about their faith and practice:
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Home Energy Checklist for Action Home Energy Checklist for Action Ways to reduce your own greenhouse gas emissions
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Plum Village Plum Village When not travelling the world to teach "The Art of Mindful Living", Thich Nhat Hanh teaches, writes, and gardens in Plum Village, France, a Buddhist monastery for monks and nuns and a mindfulness practice center for lay people.
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Attitudinal Healing Attitudinal Healing While making rounds on a pediatric oncology ward, Dr. Jerry Jampolsky overheard an 8 year-old boy ask his doctor "What is it like to die?". The doctor ignored the question and changed the subject. Jerry wrote:

"I think the physician was fearful of addressing the question. When I investigated this further, I discovered that changing the subject was not an uncommon response to these questions. I discovered that children usually look for someone they can trust who will give them honest replies to these questions. On this particular ward, this turned out to be the cleaning woman. The kids seemed to know they would get honest, direct answers from her. I began to wonder generally where kids could go to talk about such serious things as death and found that there was no safe place where they could talk.

Jerry founded The Center to create a safe place where kids with cancer could talk. With the help of several volunteers, Jerry started the first support group at the Center. Even though Jerry is a psychiatrist, in group everyone was regarded as equal -- kids, volunteers and Jerry.
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Managing Your Stress in Tough Economic Times Managing Your Stress in Tough Economic Times With the growing financial crisis and the rising costs of gas, food, and healthcare, it is clear that Americans are experiencing stress. The American Psychological Association's 2008 national Stress in America survey reveals what Americans are stressed about, what they are doing to manage that stress, and how stress is affecting their health.
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Quaker peace organizations Quaker peace organizations Working for peace, justice and nonviolence since 1915
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