Fleet-footed torch bearers made a stop in Tallahassee Tuesday as they ran to promote world peace.
The World Harmony Run made tracks through the Capital City with stops at city hall, a forum on race relations and a local elementary school.
Runners take turns covering ten miles and will cover 100 miles in Florida before they're through.
Runners came from seven countries and were joined by locals too.
"The message of the run is that harmony starts in the heart of each person and sometimes we get caught up in the differences, but really, the message of this run, is that there is far more that unites us than divides us as one human family," said Salil Wilson, Executive Director of the World Harmony Run.
Tuesday's trek stopped at the peace monument near the Capitol before heading to Quincy.
Torch runs like this are taking place in more than 100 countries.
Among the famous people who've carried the flame over the years, Nelson Mandela, Mother Theresa and Muhammad Ali.