On Martin Luther King Day, we have the chance to pause for a moment, catch our breath and think about the message of peace and non-violence that were central to his inspired speeches. Many of us don’t know that MLK was the youngest person ever to receive a Nobel Peace Prize. MLK would sometimes improvise, going “off script” and speaking directly from his heart. Few of us have a gift for words like MLK, but we can still show our affinity for his message. Since the beginning of time, mankind has used jewelry as symbols. And when words fail us, symbols can communicate our hopes and our dreams.
Symbols of Peace
Our small peace sign necklace makes a tasteful and powerful statement:
Symbols of Sustainability and Cooperation
These colorful disc earrings use the intricate beadwork of the Maasai tribe of Africa:
Sentiments of equality, unity, and freedom of faith, GeoArt by Cynthia Gale:
Just as a picture is worth a thousand words, a powerful symbol communicates in a way that words alone cannot.
So wear your symbols of peace – and show that you have a dream.