Thursday, April 16, 2009
Back by Popular Demand
The Peace sign is back by popular demand. It appears to mean something different for each generation. The peace sign started in England and was designed from the semaphore signals for the letters "N" and "D". The symbol was used to encourage nuclear disarmament. In the 1960s, it became a symbol for the anti-war movement and counter-culture movement. Today, the demand for the peace symbol appears to be more fashion inspired; however, world peace is still a worth goal. We don't see the symbol as a political statement at One World Shoppe. It is simply a symbol that encourages peace, kindness, and friendship. These a core values cherished by most people in most cultures throughout the world. Join the movement -- wear a peace sign.
Click here to check out the different peace signs from Life is good.