In the middle of a rain squall, Koro Kaisan Miles, a Zen priest and teacher at Open Gate Zendo, leads a group of about 100 people out of Marathon Park and around Capitol Lake on Sunday as part of a silent peace walk. The event drew people from across the region to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
In the middle of a rain squall, Koro Kaisan Miles, a Zen priest and teacher at Open Gate Zendo, leads a group of about 100 people out of Marathon Park and around Capitol Lake on Sunday as part of a silent peace walk. The event drew people from across the region to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The Olympian
In the middle of a rain squall, Koro Kaisan Miles, a Zen priest and teacher at Open Gate Zendo, leads a group of about 100 people out of Marathon Park and around Capitol Lake on Sunday as part of a silent peace walk. The event drew people from across the region to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The Olympian

A quiet and thoughtful celebration

January 17, 2011 12:00 AM

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