Monday, October 12, 2009

Monday Mimisms ~ Two Kinds of Peace on My Mind


The peace that passes all understanding when someone you love is sick.....

Peace for the body
Peace for the soul
Peace for the mind
Peace for the heart
Peace for eternity





My heart is also with the peace globes and all of you. Spread the word. We're about to make a large large noise in this thing called the blogosphere and all over the internet. Can our words, our thoughts, our ideals, our integrity and intent shatter walls of injustice and hate?



Be part of the peace on November 5th.I already feel the rumble.

20 comments:

Finding Pam said...

Mimi, I pray for peace right now with your Daddy being sick.

I am busily working on my Peace Globe verbiage, but I am having trouble with my graphics. I just need a young kid that knows how to do this stuff. LOL!

Peace and love,
Pam

Akelamalu said...

You know I'm thinking of you and your Daddy don't you? Reiki is surrounding you both. xxxx

Charles Gramlich said...

If it brings peace to one heart it'll be worth it.

Michelle said...

(((HUG))) Mimi

So sorry to read your dad is ill. Sending love and prayers.

Dawn (Twisted Sister) said...

Love, Prayers & Peace for you and your family...

The Gal Herself said...

While you and your dad are certainly in my thoughts, so is my responsibility as a loyal subject of Bloggingham. So I served my Queen with a little post about Peace Globes. The existing mention that's always on the right needed a friend.

Anndi said...

I know the path you're on all too well... *squeeze*

Can our words, our thoughts, our ideals, our integrity and intent shatter walls of injustice and hate?

Yes... they can.

Finding Pam, maybe I can help.

Jean-Luc Picard said...

Thinking of you, Mimi. You have many friends with you now

Mimi Lenox said...

Pam - Never fear. I think Ann is trying to help you.

Prayers are appreciated.

Mimi Lenox said...

Akelamalu - I just told a group of friends that I feel oddly at peace tonight. Thank you. You will never know what it means to me. And to him.

Mimi Lenox said...

Charles - Well said. Please join us this year. We will help you with a globe if you don't do the graphics thing.

Mimi Lenox said...

Michelle - Thank you. I appreciate that.

Mimi Lenox said...

Dawn - Prayers and love and hugs are always welcome, my dear friend.

Mimi Lenox said...

Gal - Awww...that is so sweet. I really appreciate it. I will be over as soon as I can. I haven't read blogs in so long I forgot what you all look like!

Maybe I can do a little catching up tonight. My mother is spending the night at the hospital and I have a little break tonight. It feels tres odd not to be there actually.

Mimi Lenox said...

Ann - Yes, they can. No doubt.

Feeling the squeeze....
And thank you for stepping up to help Pam.

Mimi Lenox said...

Jean-Luc - How was your trip to London?

I know. I feel you guys with me.
I really do.

Patti said...

Sending prayers your way, Mimi.

You are in my thoughts. I'm not good at the graphics either. Ralph and I will have to figure it out.

LADYHIGHTOWER said...

Peace to the Stone-Thrower, She Who Made the 1st Ripple. You amaze me, you really do. You have every right to only be concerned for your father, yet here you are worrying about the world. When all is said and done, I have no doubt at all that you will hear, "Well done, good and faithful servant..." To you I stand and shout, "Brava! Brava! Brava!"

katherine. said...

I'm confident God will grant you peace of heart and peace of mind...not that any of it hurts any less.

Jamie said...

This is an intense family time for you as you deal with the farewells that must come to us all. May you and father be blessed with peace. The peace of the world outside will feel yours and our presence in November.

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