Religions for Peace Tasmania completed Harmony Day Walk through the area burned by the Dunalley Fires.
To celebrate Harmony Day (21 March 2013), Religions for Peace Tasmania undertook a walk from the head of Boomer Creek, through area destroyed by the Dunalley fire, down to where the burnt earth meets the sea. The walk was led by Aboriginal Botanist, Kris Schaffer, and the focus was on observing regeneration and sharing ceremony.
The photo below shows the recent Religions for Peace Tasmania visit on Sunday March 17 to the refuge of one of our members, which was burned out in the disastrous Dunalley bush fires in January. The photo shows part of our group, and comprised representatives from the Aboriginal, Baha’i, Brahma Kumaris, Christian, Muslim and Quaker communities. We went to ‘sing up country’, sharing prayers, meditations and loving vibrations for the healing of the land and the people whose lives have been so affected by the fires.
Representatives from the Aboriginal, Baha’i, Brahma Kumaris, Christian, Muslim and Quaker communities at Boomer Bay on the Harmony Day Walk