Be free and stay together – like the Primary School children at Wahat al-Salam – Neve Shalom!
I am, isn’t that nice?
You are, honey and spice!
We are, dare I say?
You are, all made of clay!
He, she, it is, count to three,
They are, like you and me!
(from Esther and Christine for the English learners)
And that’s where the school children play together: Under the rainbow on Little Lady Loris Purple Playground of Friendship! By the way, the whereabouts of the first “P” in purple are unknown. But everybody has made peace with the fragment “urple” and, anyway, it looks and sounds a lot more colourful than purple. Hopefully, the “P” doesn’t feel too lonely somewhere far away from the playground of friendship and Little Lady Loris’ rainbow.