A woman promoting peace poles was trying to arrange for children in elementary schools to paint their own, and arrange for a couple of larger poles elsewhere in her community. Someone local criticized the effort saying that to passersby the posts do not ring out “Peace” and thought the artist helping them was just trying… Continue reading Explanation to a Friend-of-Peace-Poles
Written by Ken Lambert, our Peace Correspondent in India In India, the history of the Kalinga War is well known. Recently I have been moved by reading more about it and the ruthless ruler who waged it, Ashoka, who went from being one of the cruelest rulers in history to becoming the opposite and promoting… Continue reading Why King Ashoka devoted himself to peace after the Kalinga War
A guy promised he would make my site better. He wrote blogs, and other things, that misrepresent this site. Now I’m trying to figure out how to make them go away.
On Pinterest is a photo of one of my 7-Sided Peace Poles, but linked to someone else’s site. So I put this here so someone could find it with a search if they really wanted to. Above is a 7-sided copper peace pole with the single word “Peace” etched into it many times, rather than… Continue reading 7-Sided Peace Pole
Why not set peace poles in cement? A tree near my front door finally grew too large and was crowding a copper peace pole I had put near my front door seventeen or eighteen years ago. There still is room for the stainless peace pole, but not the copper one. I took it out and… Continue reading Blog – Peace Poles of Stone and Stainless