You are invited to join us for a Silent Peace Walk on Friday, January 9, In Tel Aviv
The silent walk is a call from the heart of individuals, Jewish and Arab, for non-violence and for bringing back trust and sanity into our lives.
We call for opening of the heart, and for creating a change in reality, even in the presence of fear, war and distress.
Come let us bring to the streets a message of humaneness, empathy and compassion towards the pain on both sides, towards anyone aspiring to end the cycle of violence, towards the ability to see beyond the immediate need for defense, so that we can continue to live side by side, also the day after the war. Let us remember that we are all human beings that deserve the right to live, dignity, compassion and humane care.
We will meet in "Bamat Mezag" - a performance space in the (New) Central Bus Station in Tel-Aviv at 10:00 am
After preparation for walking and transmitting a message in silence in the streets, we will walk through Neve Tzedek, the seaside promenade and to Gan HaShnaym in Jaffa, where we will hold listening circles. Expected finishing time at 15:00
Please bring water and food for the day
Participation in the walk is free and open to all. The walk is an a-political, non-profit, grassroots action. Each participant is responsible for him/herself (there's no security escort). The walk is funded by contributions from participants.
To arrive to Bamat Mezag, go into the Central Bus Terminal from the 116 Levinski Street Gate (Next to McDonalds) and continue straight through the corridor to the "artist space"
For additional details:
Lisa: 054-4896494 Shiri: 054-6313179