About this panel:
The name of this panel is meant to be
a tribute to the people in New Jersey, who have helped the Neverending
Necklace grow longer. It was there under Carol Robertsons' wings, that the one very large
red bead was dedicated among many others.
Some have a really
A portion of beads with
dedications were mailed from a number of people in New Jersey! How
beautiful is that? Thank you, wonderful New Jersey people!
It takes great understanding and
acceptance to embrace difference as such. If you look at the beads above, you
probably won't even fully notice just how much the beads vary from one
another. They are together in one autonomous group, and this group
functions in itself perfectly well.
It's the same with people. Each
society consists of vastly different members, each with their own
attributes and purpose. Physical size is completely irrelevant, size of
heart is not.
How a panel is made >
Currently, we are
working to make the future Love, Peace and Beads
Museum a reality. It will be a
place with marvelous exhibits from around the world, and of course the
Until then, you
may be able to get up close to the panels
during select events. Or see all of them right here, online forever.
To find out who dedicated the beads from this section and who they're
dedicated to, go to the Love &
Peace Journal, starting on
page 18 >>
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Beads are simple
things. Their message is urgent: to make a necklace, beads can be
arranged in any pattern, using any shape, color, size, age, origin
and material. The finished necklace always comes out beautiful. Just
as it ought to be with people in a functioning community.
Necklace is the very core and spine of the Love & Peace Project.
More so than any other symbol, it helps visualize love and
compassion we have for others. Accepting and embracing all.