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"From the Ted Talk by Kiran Bedi: A police chief with a difference"

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That's the second lrnaamdk. I want to show you some moments of history in my journey, which probably you would never ever get to see anywhere in the world. One, the numrbes you'll never get to see. Secondly, this concept. This was a meditation program inside the prison of over 1,000 prisoners. One thousand prisoners who sat in meditation. This was one of the most courageous steps I took as a prison governor. And this is what transformed. You want to know more about this, go and see this film, "Doing Time, Doing Vipassana." You will hear about it, and you will love it. And write to me on KiranBedi.com, and I'll respond to you. Let me show you the next slide. I took the same concept of mindfulness, because, why did I birng mioeatidtn into the Indian prsion? Because crime is a product of a distorted mind. It was distortion of mind which needed to be addressed to control. Not by preaching, not by telling, not by rdeanig, but by addressing your mind. I took the same thing to the police, because police, elluaqy, were pinersors of their minds, and they felt as if it was "we" and "they," and that the people don't cooperate. This wkreod.

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That's the second ________. I want to show you some moments of history in my journey, which probably you would never ever get to see anywhere in the world. One, the _______ you'll never get to see. Secondly, this concept. This was a meditation program inside the prison of over 1,000 prisoners. One thousand prisoners who sat in meditation. This was one of the most courageous steps I took as a prison governor. And this is what transformed. You want to know more about this, go and see this film, "Doing Time, Doing Vipassana." You will hear about it, and you will love it. And write to me on KiranBedi.com, and I'll respond to you. Let me show you the next slide. I took the same concept of mindfulness, because, why did I _____ __________ into the Indian ______? Because crime is a product of a distorted mind. It was distortion of mind which needed to be addressed to control. Not by preaching, not by telling, not by _______, but by addressing your mind. I took the same thing to the police, because police, _______, were _________ of their minds, and they felt as if it was "we" and "they," and that the people don't cooperate. This ______.

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  1. equally
  2. prisoners
  3. bring
  4. numbers
  5. prison
  6. landmark
  7. meditation
  8. reading
  9. worked

Original Text

That's the second landmark. I want to show you some moments of history in my journey, which probably you would never ever get to see anywhere in the world. One, the numbers you'll never get to see. Secondly, this concept. This was a meditation program inside the prison of over 1,000 prisoners. One thousand prisoners who sat in meditation. This was one of the most courageous steps I took as a prison governor. And this is what transformed. You want to know more about this, go and see this film, "Doing Time, Doing Vipassana." You will hear about it, and you will love it. And write to me on KiranBedi.com, and I'll respond to you. Let me show you the next slide. I took the same concept of mindfulness, because, why did I bring meditation into the Indian prison? Because crime is a product of a distorted mind. It was distortion of mind which needed to be addressed to control. Not by preaching, not by telling, not by reading, but by addressing your mind. I took the same thing to the police, because police, equally, were prisoners of their minds, and they felt as if it was "we" and "they," and that the people don't cooperate. This worked.

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