We know that sharing good news generates three nourishing benefits. You boost happiness and inclination towards yourself and in those who see the story, plus you shine in the reflected glow of the story you share. And I speculate that becoming a champion of good news sharing can make you a magnet, pulling others closer and bringing out their better side and yours, when around each other.
In this section I want to give space for my homeless friends to speak their truth in RARE TREASURES, Tales from the TURF will give those who care for others as hope bringers, a chance to tell their stories of joy and challenge .
This is the place where we will share current events in media and newsletters so you can see what STREET LEVEL is up to.
Feel free to spend some time here and enter what may be for you a whole new world.
poverty and homelessness
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Streetlevel Consulting Conference
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Welcome to our new website
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REV Susan Brandt
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Slow me down Lord
Ease the pounding of my heart by the quieting of my mind Steady my hurried pace with…
MEDIA and POVERTY TOOLKIT
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