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Support Tip of the Month – Daily Velocity Filter

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Support Tip of the Month – Daily Velocity Filter Welcome to the first ever support tip of the month! As the Support Manager here at Dharma, I learn something new every day and there’s never a dull moment. Every month I will be sharing the lesson I found to be the most influential and impactful […]

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What’s New! Card Associations Settlement and Mastercard Fee increase

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What’s New! Card Associations Settlement and Mastercard Fee increase There are a couple of things to note this month about the credit card processing industry.  The first is that a number of states have filed objections to the proposed $7.25 billion settlement that is currently on the table against the Card Associations (Visa and Mastercard).   […]

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5 reasons to Choose eCommerce Vs. PayPal:

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5 reasons to Choose eCommerce Vs. PayPal One of the biggest questions nonprofits face when putting together their websites is whether to use Paypal to accept donations or get a merchant account with an ecommerce company. While PayPal has its strengths, it is not always the best choice for nonprofits. An account with an ecommerce company offers […]

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Dharma Tours Ritual Coffee

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Dharma Tours Ritual Coffee Dharma partner SFMade is an organization dedicated to promoting and supporting San Francisco local manufacturer’s.  Our friends at SFMade offered public tours of its member merchants this summer to highlight merchants who manufacture, create or bake products within the city limits.  SFMade has over 350 members dedicated to creating job opportunities right here at home.  […]

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SFMade and Buying Local

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SFMade and Buying Local By now, the idea of buying locally is imprinted on the minds of most sustainably minded consumers.  Buying food and products sourced from local vendors and stores close to your home (and preferably within your city limits) is smart AND eco-friendly for many reasons; 1.Local manufacturing and production of goods is […]

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This Month’s Being Game: Being Connected

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This Month’s Being Game: Being Connected This past month’s Being Game (where we consider and hold an aspect of spirit for daily contemplation) was Being Connected. This was a particularly powerful game as we came to understand that the quality of our connection to our path, to our environment, to our partners, to our work, […]

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Dharma’s Co-Founder Starts The Bodhicitta Practice Foundation

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The Bodhicitta Practice Foundation It was on her October, 2012 trip to Haiti with Haiti Health Initiative that Alexia Marcous, co-founder and Chief Optimistic Officer of Dharma, had a life-changing insight.  Despite hurricane Sandy’s destruction of the dental clinic she was volunteering in cutting the trip short, she described her experience as incredibly moving and […]

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This Month’s Being Game: Being Inspiration

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Being Inspiration is our “Being Game” of the month. The purpose of our game is to define and to hold awareness of some aspect of virtue, spirit and divinity. Each morning one of our team members will share an example of where Inspiration shows up in their life. Throughout this month we saw that there […]

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This Month’s Being Game: Being Clear

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Every month our team here plays the “Being Game”, in which we choose an aspect of the divine to hold in our attention in order to deepen our understanding of ourselves. This month’s game is Being Clear. We are finding endless situations and ideas out of this month’s game which are leading to daily awakenings. […]

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Featured Merchant: Falling Whistles

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Featured Merchant: Falling Whistles Falling Whistles is a campaign for peace in The Democratic Republic of the Congo. They sell whistles as symbols of protest, after the founders learned that child soldiers were being sent to the front lines of war in the Congo with only a whistle. Falling Whistles asks people to be a […]

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