A whisper from the woods

Una carta de nuestro director global, Hans Timpner

Oct 27, 2022

Hola a todos,

Como saben, me ha correspondido dirigir Global Tree Initiative como director mundial. Así que, en primer lugar, permítanme agradecer a todos la energía y el esfuerzo que han puesto en el éxito de esta valiosa causa iniciada por Tenzin Ösel Hita en 2019.

Hans, junto con Tenzin Ösel y amigos en Estados Unidos; 2019.

GTI ha crecido enormemente desde entonces. Hay un pequeño grupo de personas dedicadas entre bastidores, que mantienen todo funcionando sin problemas.

Nos estamos preparando para una nueva fase. Global Tree Initiative, segunda fase. Suelo firme para un crecimiento sólido. Una fase en la que reforzaremos y solidificaremos nuestros proyectos actuales mientras trabajamos para abrir nuevas vías.
Como saben, nuestra recaudación anual de fondos está a la vuelta de la esquina, a partir del 1 de noviembre.

Durante nuestra campaña de recaudación de fondos, tendremos dos eventos importantes. Los días 5 y 12 de noviembre tendremos la oportunidad de escuchar a Ven. Robina Courtin y Tenzin Ösel Hita, respectivamente. La importancia de la construcción de la comunidad y la acción colectiva son algunos de los temas que se tratarán.

Por favor, comparta esta información con sus amigos, familiares y grupos locales. Invítelos a que se inscriban en estas charlas y siéntase en confianza de donar la cantidad que considere apropiada.

Permanezca atento porque estamos preparando contenido interesante que compartiremos en las próximas semanas. ¡Queremos mostrarle lo mucho que hemos crecido, gracias a todos nosotros! Además, queremos darle una idea de lo que se avecina. ¡Se acercan tiempos emocionantes!

Muchas gracias por todos sus esfuerzos.
Juntos podemos crear un mundo de paz consciente, sabio y afectuoso, en el que las personas respeten y vivan en armonía con los animales y el medio ambiente.

Gracias y saludos,
Hans Timpner

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En los últimos tres años, Hans también ha viajado para conocer a nuestra comunidad de Global Tree Initiative y establecer relaciones gratificantes y duraderas.

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