Susan, continued…Susan’s Poetry Peace Globe #10,486

Original Poem by Susan Chast
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Villages tend Peace
like food, cultivating by
hand and in person.
A Fountain of Youth
central to all—Peace quenches
thirst freely, fairly
Let’s imagine it
now, here, building with stone soup –
Perfect! Possible!

by Susan Chast)

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Romania, Belgium, Thailand and British Columbia blog for peace

There are 214 countries and territories who’ve blogged for peace in the past thirteen years. Where are you from? Is it peaceful where you live? Can you think of a way to influence your corner of the world for the common good? I know! I have a fabulous idea!

Join us NOV 4 and fly a peace globe. Below are four stellar examples from the past to inspire you.
Canada

Belgium

Thailand

Romania

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Peace Globe #10,347 ~ Driller’s Place

http://drilleraa.blogspot.com/2015/11/2015-blog-blast-for-peace.html

Bentonville, Arkansas

 “Peace is a matter of the heart. When the heart and soul are at peace, the person is at peace and as someone has said, “What consumes your mind will control your life.” This planet is being consumed by hearts filled with bitterness, hate, prejudice and greed. Those who believe that forcing their will on others through war and terror will bring peace and make this planet a better place are sadly mistaken. Their hearts will never be truly satisfied. There will always be one more thing to conquer and still, satisfaction will not come. Again, it has been said, “The only One who can truly satisfy the human heart is the one who made it.”

Peace Globe #10,330 ~ The Matriarch’s Corner

 http://thematriarchscorner.blogspot.com/2015/11/blog4peace-november-4-2015.html
Kathy Duffy Thomas
Original Peace Blogger 
30 Days of Love Challenge
South Carolina, United States
 She writes, Maybe if we pretend that the rest of the people in the world are ours, we will love them.  And maybe that will give us peace.”
Thirty Days Of Love Challenge posts HERE and HERE