Today there’ll be candlelight vigils for peace around the world, and a web system rather like lets individuals coordinate vigils for their areas. There’s nothing in Bergen though, I’ve not seen this advertised locally at all, and I don’t quite have the gumption to do one on my own, though quite a few of the other Norwegian vigils scheduled are individuals saying “come round to my place and we’ll light a few candles.” I’m not sure that that’ll really help peace, though it might be a pleasant social event. A lot more people have registered in Australia. The fact that friends on other continents alerted me to a potentially local event’s pretty cool, anyway.

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