I Hope for Peace with All My Heart
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 3, 2009
The time of year has come to begin thinking about Valentine's Day gift ideas. New enterprise PYRAMID FOR PEACE, offering unique designs for jewelry, t-shirts, and more, announces the unveiling of their "I Hope for Peace with All My Heart" jewelry line just in time for the 2009 Valentine's Day shopping season.
"I Hope for Peace with All My Heart" is a variation on the original PYRAMID FOR PEACE design, a unique creation of conceptual designer Deborah A. Batcha. Following her dream to "give peace a chance," Deborah created the original PYRAMID FOR PEACE design, a symbol of the coming together of the three Abrahamic religions, Christianity, Islam, and Judaism.
The original PYRAMID FOR PEACE is a perfectly symmetrical design. Three equally sized equilateral triangles frame the Christian cross, the Islamic crescent moon and star, and the Jewish star of David. The base of the pyramid is also a triangle, this one framing a peace symbol. The "I Hope for Peace with All My Heart" line incorporates a heart, a universal symbol of love, into the original collection, and is a timely gift for the global climate around the 2009 Valentine's Day.
"In creating my designs, I was inspired by Eleanor Roosevelt, who said, 'It isn't enough to talk about peace. One must believe in it. One must work at it,'" said PYRAMID FOR PEACE creator Deborah A. Batcha. "My PYRAMID FOR PEACE design serves as a wearable reminder that peace is the possible and hopeful alternative and offers pro-active ideas and activities for everyone to use everyday to promote peace." This is represented in the company's catchphrase, available on a t-shirt: "be cool…be respectful…be peaceful."
Other strong influences on the creative portion of the design were the Beatles and John Lennon, whose words in "Come Together" and "Give Peace a Chance" led to her coming upon the idea for the PYRAMID FOR PEACE talisman. The design shows the connection between the common themes in the faiths instead of focusing on the differences--which has often resulted in tragic repercussions. Within the design, the symbols of each religion are connected; if any of the sides were removed, the symmetry, strength and stability of the piece/peace would be destroyed.
The new "I Hope for Peace with All My Heart" line adds love to the equation, and provides the perfect solution when thinking about Valentine's Day gift ideas for that special someone who cares about giving peace a chance.
For more information on the original design, or to browse the Valentine's Day gift ideas, visit: http://www.pyramidforpeace.com.
About PYRAMID FOR PEACE:
PYRAMID FOR PEACE was created by Deborah A. Batcha, a conceptual designer who lives in New York City but feels very much a part of the global community. She has more than 20 years of experience in Intimate Apparel, with three patents on bra features, but is now lending her design skills to her dream to help "give peace a chance." PYRAMID FOR PEACE items, including jewelry, holiday ornaments, and t-shirts, are available for sale online at the company's website. All PYRAMID FOR PEACE items are made in the USA.