This past Saturday was the International Day of Peace. Created in 1981 by the United Nations, it serves as an annual focus and reminder on the importance of all of humanity to work in cooperation to achieve this goal.
With this mission as their inspiration, two British artists concepted and created a powerful and poignant tribute to the more than 9,000 soldiers who perished during the Operation Neptune landing on the shores of Normandy during World War II.
Admittedly, I went through my normal weekend routine unaware of Peace Day. After reading about “The Fallen” project, I made time this morning to speak with my school-aged sons about the cost of freedom and our responsibility to defend human rights.
Creativity in communications inspires discussion and can motivate action – in family, in business and in life.