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Youth Venture Blog: A woman on a mission to end homelessness

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Want to hear how a normal girl from Connecticut became a changemaker who has saved thousands of people from homelessness? Rosanne Haggerty, a successful Ashoka Fellow who has helped many homeless people, ...

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Imagine how different the world would be today without the contributions of countless individuals throughout time, who believed in something special, had a dream, had a powerful vision, and followed their calling(s) with passion, despite the resistance they encountered.

 

Restorative, Strategic & Compassion - values at work to make a difference in the lives of others.

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Irma L. Dillard's curator insight, March 12, 2013 12:00 AM

Now here is someone making a difference.

RSCJ Priority: Justice, Peace Creation
Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation in Solidarity with Those Who are Most Vulnerable
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Daily Show: Jimmy Carter Pt. 1

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Jimmy Carter stakes his claim as the world's greatest latrine builder.

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Annette Schmeling's curator insight, April 11, 2013 12:42 PM

Making a difference! Former President Jimmy Carter has led the global struggle to eradicate Guinea worm worldwide. When he started 24 years ago, there were 3.5 million cases annually in 20 countries. Last year there were 542 cases. Carter's plan to eradicate the Guinea worm worldwide is succeeding, in part, because he treats the dissenting voice of local villagers with respect and actively engages the community in the effort. 

 

Carter's commitment to truth, justice, peace, freedom, humility, human rights, generosity and respect demonstrate the power of Values Based Leadership. 

 

 

 

 

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TEDxSF - Louie Schwartzberg - Gratitude

"Beauty and seduction is nature's tools for survival, because we protect what we fall in love with. It opens our hearts and makes us realize we are a part of nature and we are not separate from it. When we see ourselves in nature it also connects us to everyone of us because it is clear that it is all connected in One."

 

Louie Schwartzberg is an award-winning cinematographer, director, and producer.


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The unconditional love of God is embedded in the beauty of the Earth. To be attuned to the Earth is to be attuned to God.

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Youth Venture Blog: A woman on a mission to end homelessness

Youth Venture Blog: A woman on a mission to end homelessness | RSCJ Priority: Justice, Peace Creation | Scoop.it
Want to hear how a normal girl from Connecticut became a changemaker who has saved thousands of people from homelessness? Rosanne Haggerty, a successful Ashoka Fellow who has helped many homeless people, ...

Via Humane Exposures, Irma L. Dillard
Annette Schmeling's insight:

Imagine how different the world would be today without the contributions of countless individuals throughout time, who believed in something special, had a dream, had a powerful vision, and followed their calling(s) with passion, despite the resistance they encountered.

 

Restorative, Strategic & Compassion - values at work to make a difference in the lives of others.

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Irma L. Dillard's curator insight, March 12, 2013 12:00 AM

Now here is someone making a difference.

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Fighting sex trafficking in hotels, one room at a time

Fighting sex trafficking in hotels, one room at a time | RSCJ Priority: Justice, Peace Creation | Scoop.it
Meet Kimberly Ritter, a meeting planner and anti-sex trafficking activist who can recognize the hotel rooms where children for sale work.
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For more information go to http://www.thecode.org and http://www.ecpatusa.org.   ECPAT stands for End Child Prostitution and Trafficking.

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