Thank you to othersIt is a while since I posted an up date but we are here now with great gratitude to all the young people who work so diligently for the benefit of us all, sentient beings, the planet and the environment.
Hello to all our friends, it is wonderful to be back sending another message of cheer hahahahaha !!! Much has happened over the last few months and though highly positive still it has been time consuming.
I think the project that the public are most interest in is the one concerning the purchase of Brighton's iconic Palace Pier. We have received wide coverage from the newspapers, radio and television on this subject whilst displaying great patience toward the development of the project.
The Gesar Foundation do not have the money to buy such a structure, if we did we would have bought it by now, but what we do have is a vision. If we keep watering the seed of intention then the day shall surely arrive when that seed ripens and thousands of sentient beings across many lifetimes shall benefit.
It is like all things, a matter of time and patience. Let us keep discussing this topic and keep it alive. It may take a long time to realise our goal but the wait shall be a great teaching in patience. When we finally have the pier then we can place into motion the purchase of another of the worlds iconic structures and the day will dawn when these great art works will serve the vulnerable and make their original construction truly worth while.
Let us always remember and never forget that patience is the greatest virtue. If we are patient then the time and circumstances arrive for us to discuss openly any subject with any person, organisation or government. I would like to thank sincerely those who supported us today on radio and I look forward to our next meeting re support for the Pier purchase on Thursday.
Our friends in Sri Lanka gifted land to The Gesar Foundation so we may build an orphanage for fifty children along with a vocational learning centre. It has been decided that one of our umbrella charities ALALA will be the ones to complete this task and Gesar shall remain in the back ground as a support system. ALALA are to specialise in this work and several highly skilled young people have been offered the opportunity to work under our guidance, though I must say that I believe it is us elders who shall learn from the young ones. They really are a fine and enthusiastic bunch.
It is good news too in Paignton, England where Gesar are negotiating a large property that is to be tiled 'The Gesar Hub' as it is to serve those who are in need initially in Paignton and in the future will serve the Riviera Bay towns. This is a new project born from the already established GO-TO project. We wish all involved every success and shall post further news as it arrives.
I shall post more news over the next few days as I do not wish to over load my friends hahahahaha !!! Bless you all. May all living beings benefit from our friendship.
Our dear friend Flick Nicholls has agreed to take over the role of Anthem gatherer....more
Jaden Cornelious is in Brighton, England to promote his latest record 'Natures Miracle' He is to be heard on Brighton Community Radio Sept 10th...more
Tibets Prime Minister Dr Lobsang Sangay has launched the book 'A Collection of Bright Dreams' in Dharamsala India...more
We are gathering a fine team of young people together for the building of the orphanage by ALALA in Sri Lanka...more
Venkat Prakash, a student at Plymouth University in England, has published his book 'A Collection of Bright Dreams' for the benefit of Tibetan children living in exile from their home land in Dharamsala, India....more