Working alongside, and in collaboration with, organizations whose values and vision match ours is nothing short of a blessing. We take great comfort and pride in partnering with these esteemed enterprises in our collective and complementary efforts to bring forth a better world for all, and we rely on, support, and applaud their efforts…
Charter for Compassion International provides an umbrella for people to engage in collaborative partnerships worldwide. Their mission is to bring to life the principles articulated in the Charter for Compassion through concrete, practical action in a myriad of sectors.
Fetzer Institute‘s work is about helping to build the spiritual foundation for a loving world. Their vision is a critical mass of people around the world embracing love as the guiding principle and animating force for living in sacred relationship with self, others, and the natural world.
The Gentle Art of Blessing website has a strictly non-denominational and universal dimension. Blessing is an ancient practice and can be found in numerous religions and spiritual practices. Even agnostics and atheists can practice blessing. Beyond the practice of blessing, which includes unconditional love, compassion and gratitude, the site aims at presenting a clearly non-dualistic view of a spiritual practice which is gaining much acceptance all over the world.
Gratitude Revealed is a journey into the mystery, science and “flavors” of gratitude. In a series of 16 film shorts, acclaimed filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg shows us not only what these ideas look like, but how they can be expressed in our daily lives.
The Greater Good Science Center studies the psychology, sociology, and neuroscience of well-being, and teaches skills that foster a thriving, resilient, and compassionate society.
Modern Elder Academy (MEA) is the world’s first ‘midlife wisdom school,’ dedicated to helping people navigate midlife and beyond, regardless of their socio-economic status. With 2,000 alumni from 30 countries and 25 regional chapters worldwide, this is a global movement of curious and wise mid-lifers. MEA offers programs to help people invest in their sense of purpose, wellness, and community.
ServiceSpace is an organization run entirely by volunteers. We leverage technology to encourage everyday people around the world to do small acts of service. Our aim is to ignite the fundamental generosity in ourselves and others, creating both inner and outer transformation.
The Soul of Money Institute explores and shares the best practices, theories, and attitudes that enable people to relate to money and the money culture with greater freedom, power, and effectiveness.
Br. David Steindl-Rast’s personal collection (currently circa 1928-2015,) of writings, correspondence, audio-visual materials, drawings, and photographs are now retained, catalogued, digitized, and preserved by the Special Collections at the University of Massachusetts Amherst (SCUA). As Br. David’s collection continues to be catalogued and digitized, it will be freely open to the public for research and scholarship.
Spirituality &Practice (S&P), a multifaith and interspiritual website, envisions a global circle of people vitally engaged with the wisdom and practices of the spiritual traditions, who are thereby equipped to live deeper and fuller lives and to serve their communities and the wider world. Their name reflects the understanding that spirituality and practice are the two places where people of all religions and spiritual paths — and also those with no tradition — can come together.
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