mai 4, 2024 Live from the road

Hartwell, GA - Athens, GA

Reported by Santiva Morrison 45.0 mi

We would like to thank the Watsadler Campground for allowing the team to stay in their wonderful, peaceful grounds. Because of their kindness, we can continue our journey spreading the message of peace and oneness.

Getting the tents out for the night.

Such beauty of Mother Nature soothed our souls.

Virangini busy at work preparing lunch for the team.

We had no ceremonies today, so the mens team to started the day running with these beautiful views.

Jozsef getting ready to do his miles. In order to share peace, we need to be able to feel peace within ourselves first.

Salil met some friends along the way.

Cheering for peace.

The women's team turn to run. Here is Harita leading the way.

A sweet family making their wish for world peace. Thank your for participating.

We finally arrived to our destination for the day, Athens Georgia. Beautiful town where we visited different sites of the city.

We visited the University of Georgia, where many enthusiastic students held the torch for world peace.

Here is Preedidutta and Uugana taking a photo with Uga, the mascot of the Georgia Bulldogs.

There was also a festival taking place where many people were happy to hold the peace torch.

These gentlemen lost his arms in an accident and wanted to do something positive with his life, so he choose to do art work and he brings so much joy with his masterpieces.

Mark, one of the owners of the Athens Running Company, welcomed us to his store and wanted to make his own wish for world peace.

After a long day, the girls team took a break at the end of the day for a cup of coffee and tea. Felt good to seat down and relax and share the highlights of the day.

Then we headed to Kate's and Dan's lovely home, where they welcomed and hosted the women's team. They prepared a delicious dinner for us and we spent the night in their cozy home. What a treat it was spending time with them in such a beautiful, peaceful home surrounded by trees, many trails and Mother Nature. We would like to thank them for their kindness and generosity.

Our Infinite gratitude to Kate, Dan and his family.

Goodness Is the flowering blossoms  Of our world - oneness - heart. - Sri Chinmoy

Torch carried by
Arpan DeAngelo (United States), Harita Davies (New Zealand), Pransukh Marks (United States), Preetidutta Thorpe (New Zealand), Puroga Theobald (Hungary), Salil Wilson (Australia), Santiva Morrison (United States), Uugantsetseg Otgonbayar (Mongolia), Virangini Afzal (United States).  
Harita Davies
The torch has travelled 45.0 mi from Hartwell, GA to Athens, GA.

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