To Accompany Kerfe today

My sister Jane wore this necklace every day throughout the 70’s. The expression came from the group Another Mother for Peace (AMP), a grassroots anti-war advocacy group. Sadly it seems nothing has changed; it has accelerated. Still the words are very true. 

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9 responses to “To Accompany Kerfe today”

  1. JoAnn Chateau says :

    Precious words and a precious keepsake. We must continue to hope, perhaps in vain, for a more peaceful world.

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  2. Teresa Robeson says :

    I am so sad that those words still hold so much meaning for today. I keep hoping humanity would get better with time, not stay the same, or be worse. 😦

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  3. memadtwo says :

    Thanks for posting this Nina. And thanks Jane…we know you are there…for keeping the faith.

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  4. artandmoondreams says :

    These words really go to the heart and the hope that one day there will be peace.

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  5. Evilcyclist's Bookshelf says :

    I had that patch on my denim jacket as a kid

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  6. Melba Christie at Poemattic says :

    I am sure some of her students may have seen this great message when she wore it to school. There is hope if our children and grandchildren learn that war never resolves the problems of the world. I know it must have been difficult for you to post such a personal keepsake of your beloved sister Jane. But you know your art will also make a difference. Keep the faith. God bless and may she rest in Peace.

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  7. memadtwo says :

    Really it makes me happy to post something owned by Jane. These objects resonate with me and make me remember her as the cutie she was, always.

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