Ing’s Peace Project Participators, September 2012

Photograps and Emails Correspondences of Ing’s Peace Project Participators

Laura came to our shop with a friend who is an art teacher in Boston.  They both love my Peace Project and intend to visit my website and would like to introduce my Peace Project and Peace poster to their classrooms as a project lesson on peace.  Laura also wants to translate my Peace poem into her native language.  They also wrote their comments on “What does Peace mean to you?”  They visited our shop on 9.28.2012.

 

Zainab was happy to comment on “What does “Peace” mean to you?” on September 23, 2012.  She was generous enough to translate my Peace poem into Yoruba.  If you want to know more about Yoruba language, please visit the following link: 

http://ingpeaceproject.com/ing-peace-project/peace-poem-yoruba-nigeria-togo-benin/

Nana and Richard visited our shop and participated in my Peace Project on Monday, September 17, 2012. 

Two young men from my old school, NJIT, Matt M. and friend visited our shop and participated in my Peace Project on Monday, September 17, 2012.

Two young ladies, Kierra and Keysha visited our shop and participated in my Peace Project on Wednesday, September 12, 2012. 

Kierra and Keysha came to our shop today.  Kierra offered to buy a pair of chopstick, cost seventy five cents for her friend, Keysha.  She gave me a dollar and said keep the change.  I insisted to give a quarter change to her.  I told her that I appreciate her generosity but you should save as much as you can, a few quarters will be able to buy a drink.  You should help yourself first and after that you can help others.  If you cannot help yourself, no one might not want to help you and you might cause other some trouble also.  They seemed to understand my intention was to get them to know how to be careful about spending the money that they earn.  

I told them that I am promoting my Peace Project right now.  Both of them were eager to learn about my Peace Project and comments on “What does Peace mean to you?”

Go to the top