Friday, October 23, 2009

Giving Voice To The Passion of Peace

What do peace bloggers say? Hear their cry. One blog at a time.
"I try to live peace on a daily basis. I don't always succeed. Sometimes I let anger and frustration rule. Peace is far more productive. And, I sleep better than my enemies do."

So sayeth Quilly from Honolulu, Hawaii in a comment to Maremagnum who resides in Spain.
What will you say?


Mike Golch said...

I'm just hopeing that I come up with some that does not make me sound too goofy.

Travis Cody said...

I don't know what I'm going to say, but I know I'll say something.

Finding Pam said...

Mimi, I am ready with my peace globe. I am still not sure if it has come to you.

Peace and love to you,

Akelamalu said...

My Peace Globe is scheduled to post and I will email it to you today.

I'm posting reminders about Blogblast for my readers on each post I do now. Hopefully Nov 5th will be the best Blogblast yet.

Hope you're OK m'dear, I'm thinking of you and yours. xx

Durward Discussion said...

Of course I'm on board from both blogs. The one today with the dove and rose is just beautiful. Blog Blast for peace is wonderful both for the thought and the creativity displayed.

The Gal Herself said...

I did my peace globe ages ago because, well, when one gets a direct command from her Queen, one jumps to it! I have looked at it a couple times since then and feel better about its message each time. I addressed my little blue globe to the problem of youth violence here in my city. I believe that, while smaller than global peace, it's as relevant. Because (pardon me, Whitney) children are our future. If addressing the need for peace closer to home -- whether it's domestic violence or dog fighting -- it's still important to the global issue. For we can't go forward for worldwide peace if we aren't able to feel it within first.

So thank you, My Queen, for beginning a global blosphere-wide initiative that has turned out to be so PERSONALLY motivational to me.

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