One key element was the participatory theatre that enabled the guest to experience community through an exchange of ideas and find inspiration for cross-cultural debate.

Actors and musicians from Wiesbaden's Hessian State Theatre reflected cultural diversity through their performances. Translation into seven languages allowed young refugees to be part of the experience.

The approach was to build bridges between people, philosophies and religions to promote warm-heartedness and a humanistic mind set.

This cultural patch was inspired by an initiative taken by Dr William Ury (Harvard). Exploring Abraham's Path in the Middle East provided an opportunity for having a whole new experience of values, e.g., hospitality and community among people across the borders of countries or cultures.