Beth has studied the world's spiritual traditions for over four decades. She was deeply mentored by many beloved Elders, including: Moses Peters of the Kutchin Athabascan, Martha Neck of the Y'upik Eskimo, and Thomas and Fermina Banyakya and Dan Evehema of Hopi. Other beloved Elders have included Jojay and Frances Suazo of Taos Pueblo, Zulu High Sanusi Credo Mutwa, Zimbabwean Falasha Rabbi Ambrose Makuwaza, Archbishop Menuard 'Doc' Slusher, Thien Abbot Venerable Thich Nhat Hanh, and revered scholar Huston Smith. Beth was chosen for formal adoption by Seneca Iroquois Grandmother Twylah Nitsch, who named her, 'She who listens to truth.'
Her beloved late parents, grandmothers and others, raised her to a code of education, joy of life, and moral service, for which she is deeply grateful and quietly content.
Through The White Rose Foundation she has practiced her own contemplation and path, to date in forty-four nations on all continents except Antarctica, offering lectures, classes, retreats, seminars, audio tapes and CD’s, scholarships for youth, honoraria for spiritual elders and spiritual leaders throughout the world, and service journeys of educational, medical and social support.
Many friends have practiced and worked diligently to create this collective body of work. Beth invites you to join in practicing as one world, one holy humble family.
FRIENDS OF BETH
The Friends of Beth fund was established by friends who wish to directly support Beth's life and ongoing work. Working quietly on a daily basis she addresses any request or any soul crossing her path and travel is often necessary to accomplish her work in prayer for mankind.
If you would like to support Beth and her work, donations may be made to the address below (checks payable to The White Rose Foundation with "Friends of Beth" noted in the memo line) or by credit card>
Friends of Beth
The White Rose Foundation
Las Colinas Station
Irving TX 75014-3309
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