Become a Foster Parent to an Elephant

It’s no secret that I have a special relationship with Ganesha – my Ishta-Devata – the elephant-headed diety who seems to always be present when I need the power of an elephant around for life’s many challenges.  How can I not give back to such a beautiful source of endless inspiration.  Our animal kingdom needs us to work with it in Harmony.  Ah – homo sapiens – I look forward to our further evolution.  But even as our less evolved selves – we have the pure potential to live divinely with all that is.

Please join me in fostering an elephant or a rhino.  Won’t you?

We must always give and help when we can.  There’s so much useless suffering in the world – and the Ivory trade is one that is so unnecessary and cruel.  Elephants poached, for what? Ivory tusks?  Imagine being poached for your fingernails!

Foster an Orphan Elephant in Kenya

Foster an Orphan Elephant in Kenya – Aitong – The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

 

Saddening really, the elephants are poached for piano keys.  There are enough pianos in the world – re-use and re-furbish old ones, please.

But we must always focus on what we CAN do to help – and thankfully, there are conservationists and beautiful organizations such as The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust that save orphaned elephants and rhinos and help raise them in the wild with their own species.

Thanks to James Tootle for sharing the organization on Facebook.  I am now the proud foster mom to Aitong, pictured, whose life story can be found HERE.

It’s an incredibly simple gift – and such a low cost – $50 to foster an elephant per year.  Such a great gift of life for generations to come.

Jai Ganesha!

Om shantih om,

Sumukhi

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