Satish Kumar: A Pilgrimage for Peace.
In 1962 in India two young men, Satish and his friend E. P. Menon began a "pilgrimage for peace" to promote peace and nonviolence in a world often at war.
Their walk took them to Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran, Armenia, Georgia, the Caucasus Mountains and the Khyber Pass, and then to London, Paris, Moscow and Washington, DC.
In all, they walked 8,000 miles and took that walk as pilgrims, penniless and with open hearts, staying with anyone that offered them shelter, and gratefully accepting meals.
54-years-later, to celebrate that peace walk, 80-year-old Satish was joined by many other people and walked 50 miles for peace along the River Thames in London.
While taking that celebratory walk, Satish revealed some of life's most important gifts as shown in a 2-minute, 24-second deeply touching video. http://www.karmatube.org/videos.php?id=7350
Success Tip of the Week:
Take a glorious walk each day, however briefly you can.
Editor's Note:To learn more https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Satish_Kumar or please see Satish's autobiography, "Path Without Destination."
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