An origami crane is a symbol of hope and peace.  The most famous story being that of Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes.   I’ve heard many stories of folding cranes for cancer victims, giving them at weddings or other similar gestures of spreading hope or happiness.

I fold tiny paper cranes and give them to anyone, including strangers to put a smile on their face.  I plan to travel the world and meet as many different people as possible to distribute these tiny paper cranes.  My mission is to have as many of these people come back to this site to share their crane and/or a story of hope.  I also encourage people to fold their own small cranes and share it.

Tiny paper cranes are my gesture of friendship.

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