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  • COMPASSION IS IN THE DETAILS



    Matthieu Ricard shares his personal definition of this powerful word.



    Everyone can be an anonymous hero of compassion. Discover how on the video. Matthieu Ricard is a Buddhist monk, photographer and author who left a promising career in cellular genetics in France to...

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  • THE INSPIRE FOUNDATION



    Jack Heath calls it “a wise friend”.



    The Inspire Foundation is an Internet-based foundation that works to inspire young people to help themselves, get involved and get online. If you want to know more about this project, check out the...

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  • ‘YOU’RE NOT ALONE.’



    How Jack Heath’s foundation is helping young people across the universe.



    Compassion. Generosity. Inclusiveness. Responsibility. Fun. These are the Inspire Foundation’s main values. Get connected. Jack Heath is widely-known and respected for his two decades’ worth of...

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  • THE TREE OF LIFE



    Paul Hughes explains the marvel of doing things for others.



    What life is all about for Paul? Creating new things? Helping others? Shifting perspectives? Find out in the video above. For 15 years, Irish designer and public-speaker, Paul Hughes, has spoken to...

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  • A VISION OF THE FUTURE



    Vafa Akhavan shares his lovely vision of what our world should be.



    Is money really necessary? Should we barter with others? Vafa claims that spiritual values should rule the world, not material needs. Vafa Akhavan is the Founder of NueBridge, which was set up to...

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  • YOU’RE NOT ALONE



    Our different stories reflect common human problems.



    Patrizia Russi questions the causes of addiction and compulsive drug use, despite the harmful consequences being well publicised. Patrizia Russi is an editor, creative writer and video maker for...

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