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The Earth Caravan is a global interfaith pilgrimage whose mission is to share peace, happiness and healing in the world through words, art, music, shiatsu therapy and inter-religious prayers. The Caravan will travel to places which have suffered trauma and violence in order to help heal the wounds of war, violence and disaster.
The mayor of Hiroshima has given the Caravan special permission to bring the Hiroshima Peace Flame on the Caravan’s voyage from Japan, to North America and the Middle East. The Peace Flame was taken from one of the flames that burned after the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima in August 1945.
The Caravan was conceived of by members of Tao Sangha, a Buddhist non-governmental organization founded by the internationally renowned Buddhist priest and master of Tao Shiatsu, Ryokyu Endo.
The Earth Caravan 2016 will be travelling in Japan, North America and the MIddle East.
For more information for Earth Caravan World Events, please visit our website: http://www.earthcaravan.jp/en/
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