Film Release: Sharing Mindfulness with Children

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Planting Seeds

In the world we are asking, How can our children grow up to be peace-builders? How can they learn to use the conflicts of the past to provide compost for lasting harmony in our communities, our nations, and the world? Planting seeds is a film to answer these questions.

It is a project to show us how mindfulness can help to water the seeds of beauty and goodness in each child, and, importantly, how each child can learn to water those seeds in themselves and others for their lifetime, and for successive generations.We are beyond the time of saying that such an education is desirable. For the health, sustainability, and happiness of our global community, it is now our only real option.”

– Brother Phap Luu, Plum Village, France

Details please visit: Planting Seeds of Mindfulness

 

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