July 24, 2023 0 comments

Ottawa, July 23rd, 2023 - Humans for Peace Institution, a renowned global organization dedicated to promoting peace and harmony, marked a momentous occasion yesterday as its founder, Dr. Jamal Alsharif and 10 of it members, participated in a very special event organized by the Peace Run Canada. The event, held at the picturesque Minto Park, showcased a collection of captivating artworks and poems for peace from both Canadian and American children, which were displayed for the entire day, attracting visitors from all walks of life.

The Peace Run has been spreading its message of unity, goodwill, and friendship for years, and the collaboration with Humans for Peace Institution added another layer of meaning to the event. The powerful art installations and heartwarming poems served as a reminder that peace is not just an abstract concept but an achievable reality when humanity comes together.

Dr. Jamal Alsharif, the visionary founder of Humans for Peace, addressed the gathered audience with an impassioned speech on the importance of fostering a culture of peace in today's tumultuous world. "Peace is not just the absence of conflict; it is a state of harmony and understanding among individuals and nations. Events like the Peace Run provide us with a platform to amplify this message and work towards a more compassionate and peaceful global community," he stated.

The artworks and poems on display captured a wide range of perspectives on peace, reflecting the diverse and inclusive nature of the Peace Run's vision. Participants from both sides of the border had poured their hearts into these creations, and the emotional impact was palpable to all who witnessed them.

Among the notable attendees was a 96-year-old woman whose remarkable achievement had recently made headlines in Ottawa. She had shattered the world record for walking a 5k race in May, proving that age is not a barrier when it comes to pursuing one's passions. The Peace Run took the opportunity to honor her courage and determination during the event.

In her brief speech, she humbly remarked, "Age is in the mind and not in the heart. If we nurture a desire to do good and make a difference, we can overcome any obstacles, regardless of age or circumstance."

The event concluded with a heartening sense of camaraderie, leaving a lasting impact on all who participated. The artworks and poems will remain on display in Minto Park for a limited time, allowing more people to experience the powerful messages they convey.

Humans for Peace Institution and the Peace Run have once again demonstrated that collective efforts for peace can create a significant positive change in society. As the sun set on Minto Park, the hope for a better and more harmonious world burned brighter in the hearts of those present, inspired by the vision and commitment of Dr. Jamal Alsharif and the organizations he represents.