Do you know what September 18th is?
It seems like nothing happened to us. Really? is that so?
Yeah, It’s my friend’s birthday. 🙂 HAHAHA I’m just kidding.
It’s a 2nd Annual Commemoration of WARP Summit!!!! It’s our peace festival.
How many people are there?
Foreign eminent persons from various circles
: about 1,000
international law expert, all over the incumbent ministers, religious leaders, leaders of women and youth groups, the press.
HWPL members : about 100,000
Title 2nd Annual Commemoration of September 18th WARP Summit Theme To advocate for the implementation of international law on the cessation of war and world peace Date 17 September 2016 (SAT), 09:00-20:00 / 18 September (SUN), 14:00-20:00 / 19 September (MON), 10:00-20:00 Venue Seoul Host Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL) Organizers International Peace Youth Group (IPYG) and International Women’s Peace Group (IWPG) Sponsors Seoul Metropolitan Government
I think 2nd Annual Commemoration of September 18th WARP Summit largely can be divided into three part.
- First. Conferences and Forums.
- Second. “PEACE March”-themed world parade and traditional cultural performances.
- Third. “War and Peace “ cards section performances.
First. Conferences and Forums.
- Session 1
Advocacy Forum for the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War
- Session 2
International Religious Leaders Conference
- Session 3
The 4th HWPL International Law Peace Committee Meeting
- Session 4
Press Conference for the 2nd Annual Commemoration of the September 18th WARP Summit
- Session 5
Media Forum for Advocacy of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War
- Session 6 Conference for the Implementation of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War
- Session 7 2016 IWPG Network Forum
They always make an effort to achieve peace. They go deep into the Action plan(s) based on common ground of understanding and practicality of the DPCW to create “tangible results at a national level”. They are really longing for peace. But in fact, we have to thank them. I was deeply touched by their cordiality.
Why do they want peace more then us?
We are One. We are not different. Do you agree? I agree!!! We want ‘peace’. We don’t want to see my friends and family dying. Who want to? But we turned a blind eye to people dying. Who died? Our friends!!! So many young lives were sacrificed in the war.
What’re they getting out of this war?
Second. “PEACE March”-themed world parade and traditional cultural performances.
There are so many cultures. I feel like ‘The world come in my mind’. It’s so beautiful and amazing. I can’t imagine how hard they try.
Why? I think they are very culturally advanced.
This is really must be watched. Only someone who are on the spot can feel vividly. This picture is so colorful, isn’t it? It is my favorite picture.
Lastly after light glows in the dark, international law expert, all over the incumbent ministers, religious leaders, leaders of women and youth groups begin to parade.
Messengers of peace yell out a cheer!!!!
Someone say “Please give us peace… help us..” “We believe in you guys”
Everybody joins hands and dances around. There are no authoritative adults. They are becoming one in the name of “peace”.
I feel like “Peace is really really coming”
Third. “War and Peace “ cards section performances.
About 12,000 HWPL members make this picturesque scenery. 12,000 people seem small as numbers. But Look closely and you will find how hard they try.
Someone must say “How much money you need to move them?” I was curious about that too. If you are sitting over there, Can you put up with it? The sun grew blazing as the day wore on.
We are so free but that HWPL members can’t move. We eat our snack but that HWPL members can’t eat anything. We can see this beautiful performance but that HWPL members only see their back of card.
They move like that only for peace.
How many people could “move like that”?
“There is no path to peace. Peace is the path.” (Mahatma Gandhi)
See you. Peace is coming 🙂