The more than 200,000 Peace Poles around the world are on all continents, in every country you can think of. They are in simple places, such as churches and gardens, and extraordinary ones, such as at the Pyramids of El Giza, Egypt or the Magnetic North Pole in Canada. They are promoting healing of conflict in places like Sarajevo and the Allenby Bridge between Israel and Jordan. The photos above and below are at the campus of the School of Metaphysics in Windyville, Missouri.
Peace Pals is a program designed to encourage young people ages 5-15 to become peacemakers dedicated to living in the spirit of the words May Peace Prevail on Earth.
The Peace Pals Program fosters understanding and respect for the diversity and oneness of the human family and the natural world through the arts, education, communication and friendship. By nurturing inner peace and global awareness in the leaders of tomorrow, Peace Pals will help create a future where peace and harmony become a way of life.
Peace Pals is a program of the World Peace Prayer Society, which promotes the non-sectarian prayer May Peace Prevail on Earth as a simple, universal expression to unite the hearts of all people in our common desire and hope for peace on Earth.