13 moon walk 4 peace

Today at Unity Center of the Heights, we had visitors from 13 moon walk for peace, a group who walks the globe, bringing a message of love. 13 moon walk for peace goes into places many of us wouldn’t dare go, letting people who often feel forgotten know they are seen.

Everybody wants to be seen.

The group is leaving behind peace poles, creating a trail across the country. Their goal is to awaken the heart of America.

Audri Scott Williams spoke for the group today, and one of the things which moved me is she’s brought her elderly mother who has Alzheimer’s along on this walk across the nation.

Be it Alzheimer’s, or autism, the tendency sometimes is to not bring them along because they might be disruptive. I love inclusion.

Audri Scott Williams asked today, “What does peace mean to you?”

I’d love to hear your response to the question in the comments.

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6 Responses to 13 moon walk 4 peace

  1. Amanda says:

    Peace to me is contentment, tolerance and understanding. To be content with what I have and who I am, to tolerate those who do not and to understand those who are different from me.

  2. Amanda says:

    PS as always due to our internet connection not being the greatest I didn’t see the video 🙁 but sounds like a good project

  3. Thanks Amanda!

    Peace to me means wishing no one any harm.

  4. Tanya Savko says:

    Peace to me means that everyone is valued.

  5. Michelle O'Neil says:

    Yes Tanya. Love it.

  6. Janet says:

    Peace to me means recognizing the inherent worth of all living things.

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