Website for the mindfulness practice center, Cloud Cottage Community of Mindful Living, founded by Judith and Philip Toy, in the tradition of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh: http://www.cloudcottage.org
Here is the online door to the world of Thich Nhat Hanh, including a directory of world wide practice centers: http://www.iamhome.org
Website for The Mindfulness Bell, the international quarterly for English-speaking students of Thich Nhat Hanh: http://www.mindfulnessbell.org
The Foundation for Well Being www.foundationforwellbeing.org
The Foundation for Well Being offers tools, articles and perspectives to assist you in finding your own inner calmness and enhancing your own ability to make decisions based on the most loving actions you can take at the time. An experience of inner calmness opens the door within each of us that invites the Light of Love into our thoughts and feelings. And from this Light we are inspired to right-minded action. When we see ourselves as separate from the Light of Love, forgiveness is the bridge we use to return Home, even if only for a brief moment.
A Deeply Moving Video on Forgiveness:
Life After Hate is a character development organization dedicated to the truth of basic human goodness—the innate human need for compassion and the ability to give it. We explore this truth through open and honest dialog that includes all human beings. Character development addresses a host of symptoms caused by lack of character, such as bullying, racism, sexism, homophobia, religious intolerance, and substance abuse. Using the online magazine found at http://www.lifeafterhate.org as a foundation, Life After Hate engages a cycle of compassion, collaboration, and outreach across disparate populations. Coverage of these activities in the magazine creates further opportunities to broaden and empower this cycle of compassion, which is the most effective response to the cycle of violence that grips human society. In Summer of 2011, Life After Hate joined the Against Violent Extremism network, a global alliance of former perpetrators of violent extremism along with survivors thereof working together to promote peace.
Below, introductions to a few of some of the most touching stories from the renowned international forgiveness project in the UK: http://www.theforgivenessproject.com