Monday, June 9, 2008

My hope for the world

June 8
These words "My hope for the world..." begin the paper prayer by an eight year old. He hopes that there is less hunger. How simple.

The little girl on the left is holding her clothespin person. I worked in a school in MA this week, creating a Mandala Community Weaving. Her little person is a reflection of herself as an artist. Hopeful and filled with joy. This is a positive message in another form.

My wish for today is that one more family will go to sleep with full bellies and that all children have big dreams rich with possibility.

I continue to solicit messages of hope and peace. No date set yet to read them. But will have a date by the end of the week.

Peace, Sarah

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