We are surrounded by the ability to grow. All we have to do is reach out and embrace it. The red & yellow, black and white figures represent diversity and tolerance. Our children are the key to peace and tolerance of race, religion, physical, mental, and social diversity. The star, which is made up of the figures' legs, represents light. We can be a light for the world, if we choose. The five points on the star represent the continents. We are all part of one true race, the human race.
The earth figure, which is directly in the center, represents our earthly home and all the blessings on it, which God has given us all to share and respect. The large blue circle engulfing the figures symbolizes peace and God's universal love. It also represents the unity that we can achieve if we reach out to one another in love. Blue symbolizes trust, loyalty, wisdom, confidence, intelligence, faith, truth, and heaven. The blue figure at the top represents God, who is the author & finisher of all things. God loves all of us equally and we should be striving to imitate that love (which is represented by the figures reaching out to each other)
-- Gwendolyn Wells Loiacono, on 22 January 2003
Redefining Oblivion pays homage to the Children of the world on account of the International Children's Day, which is observed on this day! May the goodwill of our children deliver us to our desired destiny, while we ensure their security, welfare and prosperity, at all times, and unconditionally of course!
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Description - Flag created by Jorge Candeias, 3 August 2005, original artist unknown
Children's Day - Wikipedia Page