Anne Marie Brodén had devoted her early years to help people in need and improve school conditions when she became a parliamentarian in 2002. Now she continued her work nationwide. Inspired by Dag Hammarskjöld she transformed the smoking room in Parliament into a Stillness room and taught her colleagues mindfulness, which today has spread to about 30 nations. She also helped weave in a new paragraph in the school law granting all children a calm and safe school environment. Seven times she invited us to give talks and seminaries about our work to Swedish parliamentarians and ministers. And after she retired from politics in 2014, she joined our board, many years as chairman, and is tirelessly working for building in short and simple stillness times in the Swedish school system. Thank you, Anne-Marie!