- Plant some seeds, flowers, a plant or even a tree in celebration of the gift of creation!
- Write letters to your political representatives, to emphasize that they must put into action the urgent measures needed to assure a safe climate.
- Read this collection of inspirational quotations for peace: http://www.spiritualityandpractice.com/practices/wartime.php?id=16056
- Visit www.InternationalDayofPeace.org to see a global broadcast of peace day events
- Light a ‘Candle for Peace’ this web site: http://www.gratefulness.org/candles/enter.cfm?l=eng
- The film “Disruption” tells the story of why the People’s Climate March is needed. No matter where you are you can watch and educate yourself. Here’s an excerpt and watch the full film at www.watchdisruption.com
The International Day of Peace was established by a United Nations resolution in 1981 and is celebrated across the world on the 21st of September. It has become a worldwide movement to create a global ceasefire and a day of peace and nonviolence. It is a day when peace-lovers become peacemakers. This year thousands of events in nearly 200 countries were organised and the focus was on climate change. 400,000 people marched for climate justice in New York City, by far the biggest climate march in history! People of all faith traditions were represented among the thousands of people who approach Climate Change with the spiritual and moral perspective of their religious traditions. Organisers bill the event as the largest gathering focused on climate change since 2009. ‘To change everything, we need everyone’. This week