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Peace Through Children’s Eyes

by on August 16, 2012

in Inspiration, Vietnam



At the War Crimes Museum/War Remnants Museum there was an exhibit dedicated to “Peace Through Children’s Eyes.”

The goal was for children of Ho Chi Minh City to express their “thoughts and feelings on their peaceful and beautiful homeland and a war-free world full of friendship between peoples of the world.”

Below are pictures of the paintings from this exhibit. I don’t know much about art, but I know children are far wiser than we give them credit.

I wish we could all see the world through the eyes of an innocent child.. or better.. I wish the world were such that seeing the world through the eyes of an innocent child and an adult were the same.

I’d love for you to share a comment below on which painting is your favorite and why.

About Adam Pervez

In mid-2011 I left my cushy corporate job and took the plunge into a life incorporating my passions of traveling, writing, volunteering, learning, educating, and telling stories. I study what happiness means to others, offer what I can from my engineering/MBA background as a volunteer, and try to leave each place better than how I found it. Read more.

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