Peace Blogger #10,284 ~ Nanna Murakami in Hawaii

  Nanna Aldrich Murakami Honolulu, Hawaii  Please join us! Blog4Peace November 4 and everyday on our Facebook pageOur Peace Store How To Blog4Peace 1. Make a peace globe. Choose any graphic on this page. Save. Sign. Decorate

2. Send the finished peace globe to blog4peace@yahoo.com or TAG Mimi Lenox on Facebook

3. Post it anywhere online November 4
4. Title
your post or status Dona Nobis Pace
m (Latin for Grant us Peace) hashtag #blog4peace #blogblast4peace

The Dalai Lama on Peace

  Please join us! Blog4Peace November 4 and everyday on our Facebook pageOur Peace Store How To Blog4Peace 1. Make a peace globe. Choose any graphic on this page. Save. Sign. Decorate

2. Send the finished peace globe to blog4peace@yahoo.com or TAG Mimi Lenox on Facebook

3. Post it anywhere online November 4
4. Title
your post or status Dona Nobis Pacem (Latin for Grant us Peace) hashtag #blog4peace #blogblast4peace

A Question

How much do we still

 that peace is a possibility? Don’t stop before the finish line. Let’s keep believing.   Please join us! Blog4Peace November 4 and everyday on our Facebook pageOur Peace Store How To Blog4Peace 1. Make a peace globe. Choose any graphic on this page. Save. Sign. Decorate

2. Send the finished peace globe to blog4peace@yahoo.com or TAG Mimi Lenox on Facebook

3. Post it anywhere online November 4
4. Title
your post or status Dona Nobis Pacem (Latin for Grant us Peace) hashtag #blog4peace #blogblast4peace

Peace Globe #10,283 ~ Nanna Murakami Remembering Hiroshima

Facebook Entry
Honolulu, Hawaii
 On the 70th Anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan.
Thank you, Nanna, for this beautiful peace globe.  She wrote….
“I will write “Peace” on your wings, and you will fly all over the world”. ~Sadako Sasaki 12 yrs old~
Sadako was a 2 yr old living near Hiroshima when it was bombed. By the time, she was 12, she became terminally ill from radiation. She was told if she folded 1,000 paper cranes, she would get well. Although she only folded 500, her classmates finished the task. There is a statue of her now in the city and another in Oregon. The schoolchildren annually fold and hang thousands of paper origami crane leis on the statue.

See link for the story of Sadako. 


Please join us! Blog4Peace November 4 and everyday on our Facebook pageOur Peace Store How To Blog4Peace 1. Make a peace globe. Choose any graphic on this page. Save. Sign. Decorate

2. Send the finished peace globe to blog4peace@yahoo.com or TAG Mimi Lenox on Facebook

3. Post it anywhere online November 4
4. Title
your post or status Dona Nobis Pace
m (Latin for Grant us Peace) hashtag #blog4peace #blogblast4peace