Thursday, October 28, 2010

7 Days Til BlogBlast For Peace ~ 7 Serious Statements for Peace

7 Days with quotations and prose from famous peace activists

I am listening to the voices of peace bloggers.

I have long maintained that while there is significant noise in numbers, the real power of the peace globe movement lies in the eloquent prose buried deep in the pages of peace posts from Nigeria to Switzerland. But when people are not allowed to speak, hope is forever silenced and change has no chance.......because silence is the greatest partner to apathy and apathy is the greatest threat of all. My hope is that this movement will continue to harness and illuminate the goodness and imagination of people whose  hearts truly long for peace and tolerance.  It is my belief that massive change always starts  with momentum born of passion and unrest.
Let our words start the flood  of permanent peace.
If we believe that words are powerful.....then this matters.

Day 7 belongs to 7 serious statements for peace
The first blogger from Singapore to blog peace. And he keeps it up every year with great pride. Here's Colin's new peace globe from Anyhow Blogs.

Alexandra Justine Drover from Newfoundland (daughter of Dawn @ Twisted Sister)
 Can you identify the four corners and what they represent?

Amazing Gracie has something to say. Yes, she does.

Linda, that extraordinary Duchess photographer friend of mine who writes Are We There Yet? has sent in a splendid globe displaying the Fall colors in New England. 
What else would you expect from Royalty?

Cory Cat talks and purrrrrrss and kisses for peace. Now that is just purrrrfectly delightful. 

Carver in North Carolina (Carver's Sight or Is That Site?) reveals a peaceful shot on the water....and reminds us to respect Mother Earth.

Crow's Feet from Scotland. Michelle has done it again with this brilliant peace bzzzz..

You have a voice.
What will you say?

November 4, 2010


Jaffer said...

It's hard to pick a favourite among these. Brilliant !

Walk in the Woods said...

I'm loving seeing all the Peace Globes coming in … and wish I could make the time to acknowledge each one … and begin to wonder … how, in the name of all that is sacred, will I be able to visit all the participating blogs … and if Mimi ever sleeps?

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Jamie said...

The time to visit is going to be limited on Blogblast day since there will be so many globes. Fortunately, Mimi saves them in albums and we can make the rounds throughout the coming year.

Sherry Blue Sky said...

Fabulously inspiring globes!

Vinny "Bond" Marini said...

7 days and counting...dang...gotta get moving

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