It seems fitting today to honor one of the peace bloggers from London, England. Our hearts are with the people as they mourn and celebrate the beloved Queen of England. In the year 2019 we had a special launch highlighting climate change and changing our own internal climates as well. We’re thrilled to hear that King Charles III has a passion for environmental issues. We offer our sincere condolences and wish him success and progress during his reign as King of England.
Spike William’s Blog formerly China Cat Sunflower and Willow
“We are really praying and purring very strongly for a good change in our world,” he writes. Peace globe #10,529 in the year 2021 from the United States. Click HERE to see the post and see all the beautiful kitties, including the late Sammawow, China Cat Sunflower and Willow the Cat.
Thank you so much for continuing to inspire, Spike William! You and your groovy cat friends are inspirations worldwide.
Peace Globe of the Day comes in the form of many today. These are but a few of the fabulous graphics made by our own Nanna Aldrich Murakamiin Hawaii. Not only does she support this platform so wonderfully, she makes inspirational graphics on Facebook that float through our timelines and always seem to be exactly what we need to hear in that moment. I don’t know how she does it. But I think it’s her gift. She’s an ENCOURAGER and one of the kindest people I know.
Enjoy these globes created and submitted by Nanna.
Today’s Peace Globe of the Day reminds me to keep a sharp watch out for our kids this year. We need to. They are going through a lot! Just back from the pandemic in a regular classroom and trying to catch up academically. This is what Paul Kaye wrote in 2014.
“We have to stop believing that words don’t hurt. They do! Ask any child who is being bullied or teased at school and they will tell you how much words hurt.”
Let’s watch out for our kids.
Her lovely post is HERE and we thank her for continuing to inspire.
Our motto since 2006 has been, “Words are Powerful…this matters.”
Peace Blogger of The Day is near and dear to my heart. Her name is Lizza and she hails from the Philippines. Documented #2,536 in the year 2012! It was the first peace globe flown on Instagram.
She wrote, “The most I can probably do is to teach my children to find and live with inner peace, to walk the journey of life with love, and to see and feel the beauty the world has to offer. For all its flaws and heartaches, its still a beautiful world.”
From the creative mind of Canadian Julia Phillips Smith, this is our peace globe of the day. In the year 2013 it was numbered 4,260 here in the gallery. With a heavy nod to Vivaldi’s “Gloria” embedded within the post, she writes, “If we all continue to blog for peace on Nov 4, if we send out Facebook posts, tweet about peace and pin peace to our Pinterest boards, we will collectively push our wishes and hopes for peace in to the Universe’s Top 10 algorithm. That’s my story, and I’m stickin’ to it.”
Peace Globe of The Day is documented #10,331 from Patty Woodland’s fabulous farm. The author of Books, Cooks, Looks (formerly Broken Teepee), she writes, “This year Harry and Sherpa have come together to meow to you to come together no matter what your difference may be. Because if you don’t we have no hope of ever seeing Peace in our lifetimes. If a frisky tuxie cat and a cantankerous orange tabby can get along then there is hope for everyone else.”
We so agree! Thank you, Patty, Sherpa and Harry for continuing to inspire.
From the blog Books, Cooks, Looks! we have the animals on Patty Leonard Woodland’s farm (The Happy Goats are awesome!) blogging for peace in the year 2015. This is what they had to say, “This year Harry and Sherpa have come together to meow to you to come together no matter what your differences may be. Because is you don’t we have no hope of ever seeing Peace in our lifetimes. If a frisky tuxie cat and a cantankerous orange tabby can get along then there is hope for everyone else.” Yes! We agree! You can read what else they had to say HERE.