Tuesday, June 5, 2007

East Sussex Reporting in ~ Take a look at some first international sightings!

Globe designed by Anita Havel who resides in Alabama. It speaks volumes with just one word.

Globes and posts from Hong Kong (the first!) to Australia and everything in between. Thanks to Annelisa from United Kingdom and her wonderful blog Words That Flow, who is taking time today to help me gather posts and globes. She is focusing on international blogs and the dog blogosphere. Mary Lynn of Beau's Blog is reporting from the Cat Blogosphere AND volunteering to make globes for the globally-challenged. We will continue to add to this growing list and report back to you. And please, send us everything you find! It's only halfway through the day and we're off to a phenomenal start. Take a look.....and many, many more where these came from. Adding as we go!

YTSL of Hong Kong's Webs of significance have listed the 7 favourite peace songs on their Dona Nobis Pacem post:

Mar (of Germany ?)has posted a peaceglobe (WW) at Maremagnum

Gabrielle (of Indonesia) has posted a peaceglobe (WW) at A Metamorphoself of Gabrielle

Maiylah (of the Phillipines) posted a peaceglobe (WW) at Picture Clusters

Simone (of Somerset West, Cape Town, ZA) posted a peaceglobe (WW) at Simone's Butterfly

Sonny (of Dortmund, Germany) posted a lovely globe (WW)with her family at Sweet Little Kitty

Jarid and Caydon (or South Africa) have posted their family Globe (WW) at Brother's Wishlist

Jenn in Holland has posted a Globe (WW) at Something to say: About Life in the Netherlands
(also a plug for Blogblast 3rd June)

Letha (of London) has posted a Globe (WW) at A Stitch in Time

Sue and Mathew (of Ontario) have posted a Globe (WW) at
Sue Darroch and Matthew Didier's Paranormal Blog

Pearls of Wisdom (Angel Mama) (of unknown) has posted a Globe (WW) at Pearls of Wisdom

Anyhowblogs (of Singapore) has posted a Globe with heart-rending and disturbing photographs of war victims at AnyHow Blogs

Captain Lifecruiser (of Sweden) was not so wordless at Lifecruiser and reminds us that Sweden has always tried to stay out of war, and adds "We don’t believe in war. No one should."

Mousey (of unknown) tells a tale of how a wise king chooses the true meaning of peace at Say Cheese. The king decides “peace does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble, or hard work. Peace means to be in the midst of all those things and still be calm in your heart. That is the real meaning of peace.”

Sanni (of Germany) is greatly involved in the Blogblast for Peace since the outset. Today she has posted her Globe at Coffee 2 Go, and says " I´ve always wished for worldwide peace, but since Luis is part of our little family I pray even more"

Sanni's Evil Blogging Twin (strangely enough, also of Germany) at The Evil Blogging Twin surprised me today by posting a Globe, and an offer of help to anyone having difficulties making their own! Doesn't this give hope for peace?

Sanni (of Germany) sums up what peace means, (and makes a one-day offer to fellow peace-lovers of 25% discount on a blog-makeover) at Pimp your Blog

Queenie (of UK) at Queenie's Random Ramblings, writes that she could 'ramble on about' the wars that unnecessarily steal lives. The street crimes that multiply day by day, the increasing violence and destruction towards all living things on this glorious planet. As her Peace Globe says-
We are all one race: humans

Earth is our only Home
Learn to live in peace!

Ruth (of the UK) at Me, My Life, My Garden takes a break from gardening to quote from Adlei E. StevensonThe journey of a thousand leagues begins with a single step. So we must never neglect any work of peace within our reach, however small.

Imma (of Canada) at I Was Born2cree8 has posted:

symbols of peace for her Wordless Wednesday
a Peace acrostic for Manic Monday



and says of her Peace Globe I have mine posted and it will stay there long past June 6th because this is a cause I believe in with all my heart

And in an amazing third post on Peace, she talks of the World Healing Meditation on 31st December at 12 noon GMT - when enough people live with a consciousness of peace, the scales will be tipped and peace will indeed reign on Earth
Her question "Is this really what you want" and it's answers really have to be read!

Akelamalu (of the UK) quotes some peaceful wise men on her blog Everything and Nothing, amongst which is this one:

If there is to be peace in the world, There must be peace in the nations.
If there is to be peace in the nations, There must be peace in the cities.
If there is to be peace in the cities, There must be peace between neighbours.
If there is to be peace between neighbours, There must be peace in the home.
If there is to be peace in the home, There must be peace in the heart.
Lao Tzu (570-490 B.C.)

Topchamp (of the UK) , despite her misgivings about her own power to make change at Bad Jokes and Oven Chips, comes to the realisation that Unless we all individually do our bit then of course peace cannot be.

Lavender (of Sydney, Australia) has posted a Peace Globe (WW) at The Birds & The Beads

Peter and his cat Cleo (of North York, Ontario, Canada) struggles with the concept of peace at Necessary Skills saying It will come only when everyone wants it both for themselves and for others equally and consider it a basic human right. He concludes that he will

...continue to support any steps in that direction starting with myself and supporting efforts like Mimi and her Blogblast for peace.

May we all live in peace.

Tisha (of unknown) asks us to be nice to one another today . She says, "It starts with ONE! Be THE ONE, my friend" at Crazy Working Mum

Shaz has posted a Globe and two great reasons for peace (WW - in a picture) at Us Danes Meme Page

SparkyDog (of the UK) has posted a Globe and asks for peace at Sparky's Blog

Butchy & Snickers (US) have given their Globe priority at the head of the page of Butchy & Snickers Blog - 2 Wild & Woolly WFT's

Benjii (of Puchong : Selangor : Malaysia) has posted a Globe, saying To Benji, peace is as simple as "I love you and you love me" Wulf... at Benji Golden Retriever

Jersey (of Germany) has made a doggy plea at The Furry Diva, saying "sometimes, while watching TV, especially the daily news, I can´t believ what I am looking at.
It hurts my eyes, my ears and my soul. PLEASE, please stop being worse to each other. "

Dragonheart (feline of Munich, Germany) posts a globe at Tuxedo Gang Hideout

Reba (of Somewhere in the Okanagan Valley : British Columbia) has posted Symbols of Peace (WW) at Reba's Run [check out the middle poster!]

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