The mural is comprised of two main colours with dashes of white. The colour blue represents peace, honour and trust. Red symbolises love, desire and courage. As for the white, it represents purity and cleanliness, but also peace. The drawings are symbols tied to the theme of reconciliation. For instance, the flower is a symbol of life and hope, and the hearts symbolise a path to reconciliation, but the main elements are the people holding hands, a true incarnation of the mural’s theme.