Rosemary Ganley The Peterborough Examiner November 22, 2018
Readers have been asking for some more detail about that great gathering in Toronto last week, the Parliament of the World's Religions.
Let me describe three.
In one airy hall, there was a beautiful installation: hundreds of colourful, fluttering ribbons tied to rows and rows of string. It was the Climate Ribbon Project, and everyone stopped to participate. On a nearby table, were markers and foot-long ribbons, each about three inches wide. We were asked to answer the question: "What do you love and hope to never lose in climate chaos?" and write it on a ribbon.
The answer came readily to me: "The well-being of my grandchildren." I wrote, and silently attached it. Then we were invited to write the same hope on a second ribbon and tie it to our wrists for the duration of the conference, and beyond, if we like. Continue Reading >Here<
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