Returning British Vets said to be Healthy

The Associated Press quotes Dr. Ani Kalayjian in article that describes a study that found that British veterans had a lower risk of war-related illness than American soldies. Dr. Kalayjian stated that less trauma may be seen because traumatic reactions can take years to develop.

Sweden to probe why children are seeking asylum

On April 29th, 2005, Dr. Kalayjian comments on the uncommonly high rates of asylum seeking children suffering from pervasive refusal syndrome in Sweden. To read the article click here.

Voice of America

Dr. Ani Kalayjian is honored with a special 30 minute profile on her life, education, scholarship and disaster outreach, on Armenian TV.

Aiding Pakistani Quake Victims

CBS Evening News’ Michelle Miller reports on a disaster that has faded from the headlines and how Dr. Ani Kalayjian has been determined to help earthquake survivors in Pakistan rebuild their lives, while coping with their losses. See video clip here.  

Working hard to bring a Meaningful World

Dr. Ani Kalayjian tells her views on the Turkish and Armenian conflict. Profiled in a special interview on in February 2006, the interview can be read here.

Climate Change and Emotions

On August 23, 2005, Dr. Kalayjian spoke on Radio WTOP (based in Washington, DC). She discussed the impact of the climate change on one’s emotions and psyche.

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.