A single mom with Two Daughters Fleeing from her country, People wanting to take away her freedom.
Ron Faust reflects on peace making and asks, So what can the resistance of a few peacemakers do Not knowing that they are peacemakers? But no matter, the unseen waves of their actions May just be what saves the world from itself.
The walls of our cells close tighter As we look for ways to escape our masks To prevent the coronavirus from infecting us
Ron Faust sees the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons as coming just in time "to create life and forestall death / To breathe in hope and breathe out a future / For our grandchildren and for all human races."
Ron Faust, speaking on Memorial Day, confronted the “reason” KC supported the new nuke-parts plant: jobs. He said people in favor of the plant were: Not thinking much about morality Or whether we are placed here To be constructive or destructive Or whether a job helps the earth Or hurts the earth.
Seeking “that we grow into tomorrow by planting seeds of Peace,” poet and PeaceWorks board member Ron Faust read his poem during the PeaceWorks party Planting Seeds of Peace.