User talk:Double Happiness
Hi Steve, sorry you were annoyed, but there is nothing to discuss. Wikipedia has a clear policy that it does not carry promotional material. Putting the spam in quotation marks, or saying the the foundation claims.... is just dressing it up. Claims need to be supported by independent verifiable sources, as does the notability of the foundation. Although you have references, they do not seem to have the independent credibility required.
- has helped many thousands of individuals transform their vision of life, and has worked with schools, universities, graduate programs, non-government organizations and government agencies on four continents, including eight penal institutions spam claim, not fact
- Events are described as transcending "all intellectual knowledge and historical speculation" spam
- More to Life weekend courses are billed as having various benfits (sic), including strengthened leadership ability, increased confidence at work, improved interpersonal and team management skills, enhanced abiliites (sic) to listen to others and tell the truth, recovery of failed relationships, boosted self-confidence and self-expression, freedom from guilt, regret and mood swings, and better physical health spam claim, not fact