Benjamin Von Mendelssohn — sankalpa changemaker

Benjamin von Mendelssohn

Tamera, Portugal

Born into a once-wealthy, culturally significant, German Jewish banking family — the issues of reconciliation, politics and money accompanied Benjamin from his early years. After a radical but frustrating period of political engagement, Benjamin began to explore holistic approaches to changemaking. Researching various social experiments and communities which intentionally explore inner and outer peace work.

In 1998 Benjamin began living in Tamera, a peace research village in Southern Portugal. Benjamin is now a next-generation leader at Tamera, a co-founder of The Global Love School and director of the Grace Foundation — a global platform which works to redirect money into planetary models for a nonviolent society.

In 2018 the Tamera publishing house, Verlag Meiga, published a sankalpa supported book — Defend the sacred: If Life Wins, there will be no losers.

The sound and style of sankalpa’s gifting inspires my own work with the Grace Foundation — for humanizing money.

Benjamin von Mendelssohn, director of the Grace Foundation
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