HELPING HANDS rebuilding in New Orleans #4

HELPING HANDS rebuilding in New Orleans #4

by Tim Frentz
     
 
In this comic, the 4th issue of HELPING HANDS' ventures, the HH network starts by providing support for a medical malpractice victim's family near Fargo and then follows the rivers helping others along the path the New Orleans.

Once in New Orleans, founder, T attends a leadership conference and festival to network and recruit more supporters. Four weeks are

Overview

In this comic, the 4th issue of HELPING HANDS' ventures, the HH network starts by providing support for a medical malpractice victim's family near Fargo and then follows the rivers helping others along the path the New Orleans.

Once in New Orleans, founder, T attends a leadership conference and festival to network and recruit more supporters. Four weeks are spent helping repair the central park and surrounding wetlands after hurricane Katrina's devastation.

The 4th issue ends with a visit to several Texas wildlife parks that have been littered, covered with toxic waste or even completely destroyed with illegal construction building or gas/oil projects.

This issue focuses on the non profit projects and causes directly. HH use's these examples to increase the membership and awareness of the Helping Hands Network. Involvement is free and uses social media channels to
match causes in need with resources available.

Funds from the purchase of this eComic and/or an annual subscription can be directed to a cause of the buyers choice by contacting us.

There are over 20 more cause stories being added into future comic issues and we plan on releasing 3 pages every month from the Networks blog and a full issue on Kindle every other month so follow our fan page or email updates to get notified as they become available please.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014853323
Publisher:
Tim Frentz
Publication date:
07/01/2012
Series:
HELPING HANDS Comics , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
8
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Bio of Tim Frentz, author of

"the ventures of the Helping Hands & saint T" Comics

"the Helping Hands Yogi"

"Life's Little Secrets"

Timothy Jon Frentz (T) is a practitioner of Ashtanga & Iyengar Yoga who recorded his spiritual journey in the new age work "the Helping Hands Yogi" and a comic book series called "the ventures of HELPING HANDS & st. T". He was reborn in Grand Island, Nebraska USA in 1977. His early autobiography will first be published in 2012, seven years after the death of his father whom inspired him to leave home and give himself to causes in urgent need.

T describes how his experiences inspired him to trade in his possessions and hit the road. Several times T was robed of resources but instead of relying on a flawed legal system to recover his loses, T believed it was a lesson from teachers in his former lives who were "invisibly guiding" the course of his current life.

T's writings document his early life in central Nebraska, his college days at the University of Nebraska, his visits to spiritual communities, his meetings with various saints, his training of disciple volunteers, his building of the Helping Hands Network, his time helping causes in need and finally his steps to become a new age monk.

T's spiritual experiences fit into two general categories: the yogic type which focuses on the experience of "cosmic consciousness" and altered perception, and the traditional tribal type which focuses on strengthening the earth through natural living.

T teaches a new age form of meditation called simply, "Creative Meditation". This is achieved through combining meditational practice with the act of artistic expression and creation. T is known for his wood sculpturing and other art which is largely created during a meditative state.

T continues publishing books & comics, teaching yogi & fitness, and speaks widely in the United States. His organization "The Helping Hands Network" is growing daily in the United States and continues to connect causes in need with thousands of resources through http://netvibes.com/HelpingHandsNet .

T can be reached at:

Facebook/HelpingHandsNetwork

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