Not Staying in Place

This is the first of a series of blog posts from my recent work in Haiti. The real date of this posting is April 21, but I am backdating it to April¬†4 when it was written and experienced. –Jeffrey Harlan The opportunity we have before us–in Haiti and around the world– is how to support the translation of that thinking into actions that help all of us get “out of […]

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Cloud Cloth Annual Campaign

When our son Nathaniel was two years old, he would come into the living room shouting, “Mommy, Daddy, come see! It’s fun raising on TV!” And he was hard to resist. Walking into our bedroom with the TV on, we’d see the announcer who had just told kids, at a break in the programming,¬† to go get their parents–for the fundraising. I wish I could come to you with the […]

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Why Now?

We can not deny the potential to create empowered and aligned dreams that is unique to our time and exceptional for humanity. In an email I’m about to write to the Dreamline teachers around the world, I’m going to ask them to SIGN UP NOW for joining our program with their students this year. So why now? This year, as in most years, I feel that helping our students focus […]

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Footprints Around the World

What do the following schools have in common? Kongresi I Manastirit School in Tirana, ALBANIA Peel District School Board in Missisauga, Ontario, CANADA, Farzanegan High School in Tehran, IRAN, School-Kindergarten 90 in Chisinau, MOLDOVA, Elworod High School in Tinghir, MOROCCO, Hassan Iben Thabet School and Qurtoba Basic School in Hebron, PALESTINE, Liceui Teoretic Emil Racovita in Techirghiol, ROMANIA, Gymnasia 15 in Nikopol, UKRAINE, Al Ameen Private School in Dubai, UNITED […]

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