Matthias and Isabella believe that everyone must do their part to bring peace to Earth. Planting peace trees has been their calling to help heal the world and fulfill the prophesies passed down through the First Nations. "The prophecies are about a time when Mother Earth will clean herself, and a new people consisting of many colors, classes, nations, religions, young and old, poor and rich, will come together again. And this tribe will make the Earth green again with all its consciousness, with its power, and with its deeds. And these people will become known as the Rainbow Warriors." Through the Peacetree Foundation, Matthias and Isabella Walter hope to help people reconnect with nature in order to rekindle their connection with their divine nature, as taught by the ancient wisdom of the First Nations. "I think it’s a very strong longing that we all have: we all just want to be seen as we are. And that’s what the little prince already said in the fairy tale: With the eye of the heart, we see the essential and can perceive the other beings again. In order to revive this perception again, we want to take up the impulses of our sisters and brothers from all over the world, from the primitive peoples [of the First Nations], and we want to collect this knowledge in our Peacetree University, where we can make this ancient knowledge accessible again for all people worldwide." Matthias Walter tells us about the heart of Peacetree Foundation’s work. "The indigenous peoples also have wonderful ceremonies and opportunities to let this connection with nature become noticeable again. Of course our heart is involved. We also learn to do this in meditation. And so the recommendation is to find a green place in your surroundings. Even city dwellers often have parks. I recommend you look for a tree or a place which you can visit from time to time, and to connect yourself with this place. I also believe that this is what we achieve through our foundation and the peace tree ceremonies, as we get this feedback again and again after the planting: 'Oh, I feel my heart again!' (Exactly.)"