Hello Friends, Family and fellow Humans!
We are a small family in South Africa, committed to living in alignment with our values and the morals most close to our hearts:
- Bettering the lives of as many humans as possible
- Living closely with nature and the environment
- Raising a healthy and conscious family, showing others it is possible
Isabelle is a Transpersonal Therapist, who founded 'Blueprint Therapy', working remotely with people all over the world - allowing them to release the limitations of their subconscious belief systems; catalyzing their health, their purpose work and their lives as a whole. (www.lifeblueprinttherapy.com)
Graeme is a wild man with green fingers and an expansive mind which is always looking for new ways to better approach living with the environment. A permaculture enthusiast and lover of all things good.
We have a shared love for nature and the wildness of homesteading life, which drives our passion forward daily.
As a family of three (one boy of almost 6 years old, and one new arrival on the way - due in November 2020!) - we have always placed our incomes and financial nourishment into maintaining our family and home, being unable to save up for a vehicle, especially during covid.
One thing we have learned - is that no man is an island, and there comes a time when to know when to ask for help.
THIS IS OUR CALL.
After a couple of years without transport (I don't know how we did it!), we are urgently and passionately ready to own our own vehicle, to make life easier, more sustainable, and give us the ability to expand our involvement with the communities at large.
WE NEED YOUR HELP - to make us mobile and honor the deep values we hold we so dear, being able to share and sustain these fully!
Our goal is $3400 (around 50 000zar) as soon as possible (November 2020).
If you are unable to donate financially, maybe you know of someone who has a farm vehicle not in use?
WHERE THERE IS A WILL, THERE IS A WAY.
We would be beyond grateful for any contribution, and please let us know if there is anything we could assist with in exchange (near and far).
“From what I've seen, it isn't so much the act of asking that paralyzes us--it's what lies beneath: the fear of being vulnerable, the fear of rejection, the fear of looking needy or weak. The fear of being seen as a burdensome member of the community instead of a productive one.
It points, fundamentally, to our separation from one another.”
― Amanda Palmer
All our love.