Meaningfulworld View, Sacred Activism & Forgiveness

Lorraine Simmons, Kathy Orchen and Pam Timmins On Saturday 28 March, 2015, we walked into a comfortable Upper East Side location to experience an all day workshop on Meaningfulworld View, Sacred Activism, Forgiveness, Mindfulness, and Meditation. The morning began with the warm greetings, heartfelt hugs, and smudging with the comforting scent of sage to clear… Continue reading >>

Dr. Kalayjian invited speaker at the Arizona State University 100 Years Later: ASU Conference on Ottoman Turkish Genocide of Armenians

  On 21-22 March 2015, over 250 academicians, scholars, students of law and humanities gathered at the Arizona State University Law School to Commemorate the Centennial of the Ottoman Turkish Genocide of Armenians and other Christian minorities. It was 100 years ago that the genocide began with the execution of hundreds of Armenian intellectuals on… Continue reading >>

POST CONFLICT MEANINGFULWORLD MENTAL HEALTH OUTREACH PROJECT

Emotional Healing, Training and Research Project for Continued Psychosocial Rehabilitation, Recovery, Resilience, and Meaning-Making in Palestine, Israel with Palestinians and Jordan 14 May – 25 May 2015 SPECIFIC AIMS: The Mental Health Outreach Program (MHOP), organized by the Association for Trauma Outreach and Prevention (ATOP) Meaningfulworld, a not-for-profit (501(c)3) organization, affiliated with the United Nations,… Continue reading >>

Good intentions are no longer enough. I wanted to support humanity in my own way. Meaningful World was a natural way for me to help the victims of tsunami.

So many systems have failed us and as we transition from failed models, attitudes and behaviors that are polarizing, destructive and failing all around us I could not just sit back, be overwhelmed and do nothing… I am doing something with Meaningful World.

Meaningful World cultivates well-being, relatedness, a deep awareness and understanding how to elevate some of the world's suffering. Our choices impact all living systems and I choose to be an agent of good.