Peace (TFP) is about bringing people together, learning about each other, and embracing the connectedness of all peoples and
things. We bring both "hosts" and "guests" -- those in residence of a particular country, culture, or business, and those
visiting it -- together to learn about Peace by understanding & appreciating diverse cultural beliefs, art, music, foods,
stories, spiritual ceremonies, and by connecting with the natural world (waterfalls, mountains, oceans, and wildlife).
We use this
as a way to see our differences in a new light - as "brothers and
sisters" from another land or area. You may come to our programs as either
a host or guest - or both! Peacemaking principles are taught and expressed in
fun & enlightening activities, meditations, workshops, classes,
performances, and community service projects. The aim is to unite both hosts
and guests through these on-site activities.
The Peace Path
is built both as a way of life in the minds of participants and as a physical path within the community - a permanent reminder
of the diverse and interwoven roads to peace.
Our clients are: neighborhood residents, public schools, international and domestic travelers, tourism businesses, government
leaders, educators, students, community organizations, and youth - supporting peace as the foundation for successful tourism,
and all Life.
Peace is all around us, if we would
just choose it. Peace is present when we honor our interconnectedness with others - our interdependence, not our separateness.
Peace is expressed through the principles of unity, justice, presence, cooperation, partnership, creativity, and trust. -
we can learn to embody these each day.
Come experience our Peace Eco-Tours, build a Peace Path, participate in our Community Service Projects, and bring
TFP Workshops, Activities, Academic Programs, and Peace Ceremonies to your neighborhood, school, group, or organization today!