Walk goes on despite rain

2016-09-21 06:00
Some walkers carried posters.

Some walkers carried posters.

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IN the spirit of unity avid walkers who gathered for the Walk for Values­ on Saturday marched on despite the heavy rain.
The Upper North Coast region of The Sathya Sai International Organisation hosted the Walk for Values which commenced from Sai Shruthi.
The theme selected by the region for the 2016 walk was “Be the change you want to see in the world”.

Young and old gathered to parti-cipate where no money is solicited, instead, people are asked to pledge to try to live up to one or more
human values in their lives in the hope that “one will make the world richer by giving one’s commitment to practice values and character-building”.

The Dolphin Coast Bikers MCC lead the procession followed by a lead vehicle, children and adults.

The aim of the Walk for Values was to reach out to the public to generate public awareness for values, change and moral regeneration awareness in KwaDukuza.

The walk was first held in 2002 by the Sathya Sai School in Toronto.
Since then the walk has spread to many other cities throughout Canada with citizens walking for values, cities declaring “Human Values Day” and mention of the walk in the Canadian government legislature.

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