Thursday, November 16, 2006

15 Reasons Why I Miss Peace Globes

1. I miss posting this candle pic. 
It reminds me of how we all lit a flame of hope in our world that day.

cat friends.2. I miss my new

3. I miss the goosebumps.
4. I miss the adrenaline rush.
5. I miss cheesecake and alien abductions.
6. I miss Annelisa's sky. This sunrise pic taken from the window of her home in East Sussex depicts how I felt that morning - awestruck and blessed with anticipation. It was the first thing I posted on the morning of Dona Nobis Pacem in the Blogosphere.





Wing of Peace by Annelisa. This photo by Annelisa literally took my breath away when I saw it on her blog tonight. Amazing.


7. Peaceful prophets and John Lennon reincarnations. Iamnasra from Oman, stole my heart with her holy poem. Tom's heart for peace was touching. Lennon's vision and Dylan's music could be seen across the blogosphere.


8. I miss the urgency and purpose we felt looking at past horrors like this and believing our words and collective
thoughts could clear the smoke.

9. I miss marathon long-distance communication with Foxxfyrre in Canada as we tracked globes and answered mail.

10. I miss the magic.

11. I miss electric insomnia.

12. I miss the pride and excitement we felt when we realized how the idea had spread across the Internet. Even vows of silence were broken for peace.


13. Miracles.
Frank Sirianni, the creator and curator of the Peace Globe gallery and a true blog buddy, shares with us his first grandchild due to arrive in March. This globe cradles the reason we speak for peace.

14. I miss endless creativity and passion. Angeldust's contribution and talent set the stage for others to follow. Watercolour by Alicia M.Ballard, Canada.

15. Unexpected inspiration at midnight.


12 comments:

iamnasra said...

How lovely to see many hands joining in this thanks

Jan said...

Okay, who said we can't have another peace globe day? Is written in someone's rule book that there can only be a year or something like that? (If yes, find the book and burn it!) I say there should be another peace globe day in december, a perfect time for peace don't you think?

Sanni said...

Dear Mimi!

Thanks again for sharing your awesome Peace Globe Vision. The BLOGBLAST FOR PEACE day has been very special to me - and, I´m sure, to all the other participants as well. Your Dona Nobis Pacem-post gave me gooseflesh. Whenever there is another Peace Globe Day I warrant to take part. If any help is needed, I´ll be right here =)

Please keep on spreading the world...

Wishing you PEACE and giving a long-distance hug from Germany,

S.

Anonymous said...

Mimi..again thanks for this and for the day and for the vision. My peace globe remains on THE COUCH and will until the next day when i design a new one and that one takes it's place.

nels, ed, nitro, and/or xing said...

hello, miss mimi--we misses it, too. if we can convince mom to put it on our sidebar, we will, so it'll remind efurryone who visits us that peace is important to efurryone, all the time!

nels, ed, nitro, and/or xing said...

hello, miss mimi--we misses it, too. if we can convince mom to put it on our sidebar, we will, so it'll remind efurryone who visits us that peace is important to efurryone, all the time!

Anonymous said...

Lady-

Just because you put marbles in a bowl does not mean you have lost yours.

One thing you can never be too obsessed with is peace.

Annelisa said...

Marble dreamer asking war to cease
spins chattering globes for Day of Peace

from my Heroines and Heroes poem is how you struck me, Mimi - starting off quietly, with an idea at the source, and now developing into a trickling brook... I see it flowing forward into a babbling river, and hopefully, one day, into the calm peace of the sea. That day, maybe everyone will have a moment's silence, and think good thoughts about each other....

Who knows? Dreams do come true!

Anonymous said...

I miss Peace Globes too!

Anonymous said...

I love the scrolling globes across the top.

Bazza said...

You miss peace globes? You are Miss Peace Globes!

Anonymous said...

We still feel happy when we think about the peace globes ...

Luxor (the cat) and his mom Elaine

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