The World Peacekeepers Movement in association with United Nations and Rotaract Club celebrated 'International Day of Peace' - an official ceasefire day declared by United Nations on 21st September with 'Mumbai Peace Walk'.
The walk started with letting off balloons with 7 Human Values / custom peace messages on them, from Aarey Dairy in Worli towards Worli sea-link which also included more than 400 Rotaractors and NSS volunteers.
Through symbols, and orchestration, the Peace Walk tried to imbibe the 7 human values of inner peace - gratitude, forgiveness, love, humility, giving, patience, and truth.
From start to the end, the walk had the 7 Human Values illustrated in the form of skits/dance/acts. There was a flash mob and orchestration in the walk. Mumbai’s Peace agenda is fostering the feeling of togetherness amongst Mumbaikars, putting aside all discrimination and bringing in harmony between man and nature.
The walk hopes to provide a unique opportunity to negate the destructive tendencies of distrust, hatred, and enmity, and spread the message of peace and harmony.
Speaking on this movement Dr. Khorakiwala said, "Our mission is to build the world's largest army - The World
Peace Army. We are focusing on Peace Education and promoting the 7 human values of Gratitude, Forgiveness, Love, Humility, Giving, Patience and Truth – the path to inner peace.”
With more than 7 lakhs Peacekeepers online and several thousand on ground The World Peacekeepers Movement is committed to bring peace to the world.