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Mindful : June 2019
an online resource that makes mind- fulness and medi- tation accessible to airline pilots. Eisen hopes talking openly about mental health will some- day be as common among pilots as any other topic. “With the drug and alcohol program, they introduce it at training. But we do not have conversa- tions about mental health in training. We just need to have the conversa- tion for real, out in the open.” Mindfulness in Arabic Mindfulness in Ara- bic, a free online program, aims to provide trauma- informed mindful- ness training in Arabic to refugees fleeing violence in their home coun- tries. Developed by JuDitta Ben- David, a mindful- ness teacher and therapist special- izing in trauma, the effort has been supported with input from leaders in the mindful- ness community, social workers on TAKE A MOMENT Relax—in a chair, on the floor, on the bed. Be aware of your body resting and the feeling of being suppor ted. ACTS OF kindness When Twitter user Michael Beatty made a jab at comedian and actor Pat- ton Oswalt in response to a politically charged tweet, Oswalt first responded with a lighthear ted joke. He then checked out Beatty’s Twit- ter feed, only to discover the man was a Vietnam vet who had recently set up a crowd- funding campaign seeking $5,000 to pay medical bills resulting from sepsis, diabetic ketoacidosis, and a coma. Oswalt donated $2,000 and shared the campaign with his massive online following. Within 24 hours, the campaign had raised more than $35,000. the front lines of refugee reloca- tion efforts, and Arabic language specialists. The eight-week pro- gram is designed to be used by aid workers at refugee camps as well as by refugees who have online access— some of whom are in transit, and others who have relocated to cities around the world. Eyes Off the Road People often say they want to medi- tate but can’t find the time. Ride ser- vice Uber, partner- ing with meditation app Calm, is solv- ing that modern dilemma by giving British passengers the opportunity to experience 3- to- 30-minute mind- fulness sessions en route, without a moment’s disruption to their busy lives. Ron and Shar- leen Gillies were driving to see Sharleen’s dying mother when they got into a minor car accident. A man named Dean Moore noticed the couple by the side of the road and stopped to help. Hearing their story, Moore drove the Gillies 200 miles out of his way so the couple could say good- bye to Sharleen’s mother, who died the next day. 27-year-old Altavious Powell noticed the home of his 93-year-old neighbor, Maria Cabral, was on fire. He rushed over and smashed a window with the cast on his broken arm to rescue her. Mindfulness in Arabic June 2019 mindful 13 top of mind PHOTOGRAPHBYMINDFULNESSINARABIC