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The Meditation Center of Alabama

The Transformative Power of Meditation

Forrest lived a conventional southern life in Mobile, Alabama… until football broke his back, he was confined to his bed, and became addicted to painkillers. As if that wasn’t enough, while bed-bound, Forrest was diagnosed with ADHD and prescribed Adderall. He quickly escalated to taking three doses a day. The combination of pain medication and stimulants trapped him in a constant drug-induced haze which soon became unmanageable.

For the determined, hitting rock-bottom is an opportunity to grow.
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Forrest Neal outside of the Meditation Center of Alabama

The Global Impact Fund

150,000 children die every year in Pakistan from drinking dirty water

In Pakistan, one child dies from contaminated water every four minutes…. but that doesn’t have to be the case. They don’t need new drugs, more research, or new technology. All they need is clean water. Problem is, clean water is inaccessible for many people in Pakistan. Tap water isn’t safe to drink, forcing people to rely on bottled water or filtered water. Even if people can afford to buy water, most of the time, the water they purchase is still contaminated.

Franklin Wright, the founder of Pristine Water, is trying to change that.
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Sunrise behind an ancient temple at Angkor Wat, Cambodia
Man smiling for my camera in a garden in Vietnam
Fresh cà phê đá in Hội An, Vietnam
Relaxing in Phnom Penh, Cambodia





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