Peace and support for President Bush and for military troops in the Middle East were on the minds of groups meeting simultaneously Monday evening inside and outside the State Capitol. Inside, at a Young People's Peace Vigil, a man and young boy watch and listen as participants urge efforts toward peace in the Persian Gulf, while outside on the steps Glen Mewing, from left, and Gary Mlynarski, who was a member of the Coast Guard, are among poster-bearing and flag-waving demonstrators. About 60 people participated in the latter, 15-minute impromptu rally. Held on Human Rights Day, the peace gathering was a tribute to the late civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., who "forewarned us of difficult times ahead . . . He asked that we face our hardships armed with love and brotherhood," said vigil coordinators David L. Seals and Michelle Duiker in a prepared statement.