This one’s just down Broadway a few blocks from the last one, towards downtown. It’s unsigned, and unfortunately a little tagged up, but looks like the work of the same artists who did yesterday’s post. I love it.
I’m going to type out some of the beautiful quotes in case people have difficulty reading them in the pics… also then the text is searchable. Here’s the first:
Hatred ever kills…
Love never dies…
Such is the vast difference between the two
What is obtained by love
is retained for all Time…
What is obtained by hatred
proves a burden in reality
For it increases hatred.
The duty of a human being
is to diminish hatred…
and to promote Love
~ Mohandas K. Gandhi
I was surprised that the quotes were attributed to Mohandas K. Gandhi, rather than Mahatma Gandhi. In looking it up, I realized that Mahatma was just his nickname… a Sanskrit word meaning “Great Soul.” I tell ya, I learn something new every day doing this. It’s humbling and exhilarating at the same time.
Another great work by the folks at Community Rejuvenation Project.
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