The motto of Happiest Minds, an innovative IT company in Bangalore, India, is “Be the Happiness Evangelists for each other, our customers, and society.” In keeping with its motto, Happiest Minds is the first company in Bangalore to have started the Peace Education Program (PEP).
In July 2014, a group of volunteers for The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) put in a bid for an information booth at the UK WOMAD 2014 festival, which was held in Charlton Park, Wiltshire, a quintessentially English country landscape.
Salvador Brazil, one of the oldest cities in all of the Americas, comes by its reputation as Brazil’s “Capital of Happiness” honestly. And leading up to International Peace Day, Salvador was also a place where you almost couldn’t hide from a colorful message about peace.
On September 30, 2014, 500 young Malaysian Scouts who had embraced the international scouting goal of being “Messengers of Peace” listened in rapt attention to Prem Rawat speak of what peace for this world might take and what it might mean.