Walk with Values

Truth, Right conduct, Peace, Love, Non-violence

What is Walk with Values?

Walk with Values is a non-monetary annual walk (walkathon) to raise awareness about the values buried within each of us, values that are the very core of our human nature. The five main human values, as identified for us by Sathya Sai Baba are:


    • Love: caring, compassion, forgiveness, enthusiasm, devotion.


    • Peace: contentment, humility, patience, self-confidence, self-respect.


    • Truth: honesty, integrity, optimism.


    • Non-violence: gentleness, consideration, co-operation, equality, cultural respect.


    • Right-conduct: gratitude, perseverance, determination, responsibility, sacrifice, courage, duty and ethics.

The walk will take place on Saturday 21 April 2018 from King Richard III Visitor Centre, 4A St. Martins, Leicester, LE1 5DB. We are delighted that the event will be supported by Leicester Council of Faiths.

Who is it for?

Walk with Values is a walk for you and I, open to all, our families and community, regardless of age, faith, culture, race, language or profession, for it promotes values that have no borders or barriers.

Walk with Values involves no money. Participants don’t raise money for any cause. Rather, let’s make a difference by pledging our commitment to practise a human value of our choice.

What can this achieve?

By participating in the Walk with Values, each one of us – from various faiths, cultures and professions  – commit to practise the values that we cherish in common by walking side by side with each other. In doing so, we can achieve two things:

    1. raise awareness about positive human values such as Love, Truth, Non-violence, Peace and Right conduct
    2. bring to attention the urgent need to practice them in our lives and thereby overturn the negative impacts we face in our communities today on social and environmental issues that affect our lives and our spirit.


How do I take part?

The walk takes place on Saturday 21 April from King Richard III Visitor Centre, 4A St. Martins, Leicester, LE1 5DB. You will need to register to take part. Use the button below to find out more.

Human Values Concert

Two huge groups you wouldn’t want to miss live on stage, will be performing live at the Human Values Concert. Vadé, the De Montfort University Gospel Choir and Boilup Tropical (steel band) will be performing with one focus– the human values of Love, Peace, Right conduct, Truth and Non-violence. The concert aims to fill the airwaves with positive vibrations and uplift those who attend. Music is truly a medium that transcends the head and speaks to the heart.

Unity of Faith Symposium

Faith leaders will present their thoughts on the Human Values with lively musical offerings inbetween. It will take place at the Salvation Army Building, Kildare Street, Leicester, LE1 3FY.


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