Jamie’s Place For Stuff ~ Peace Globe #10,478

Tacoma, Washington

Jamie writes, “White storms continue to get greater and wilder, there is still time for a change to help ease climate change and to also bring peace to the world. That is the promise of the rainbow. It signals the storm has passed and in the peace that follows to reach out to cure the pains of the world.”

and as always….The fabulous Bear-A-Tones!

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Calling All Peace Globe Worker Bees!

With two weeks remaining until BlogBlast For Peace, we are in full promotion mode. We need all peace bloggers near and far to start sharing past posts and peace globes with the world. 
We invite YOU to share your thoughts of peace and the power of words. 
How much negativity have you heard on the news lately? Have you noticed how words are cutting right through the hearts and minds of people – and usually not the right words. We can change that. YOU can change that. Every time someone speaks ill of someone else, judges, divides, manipulates, politicizes or ostracizes others, we ALL stand divided and unsteady.
We try to even the playing field. m
To get us started, here’s a brilliant example of the way peace bloggers operate collectively on November 4th every year.

Peace blogger, writer,  and brilliant wordsmith Jamie White sent in this timely globe today.  

Our theme this year is Words are Powerful!!!

What will you say to the world on November 4th?
Your turn.

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Peace Is Good

During this time of great transition and change in our world – and we ARE in such a time – let’s not forget to forge peace. Keep it in the forefront of your minds and hearts. There is no greater force in the world than its people in unity for GOOD. 


Peace is good.

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A Collection of International Peace Art Created by Bloggers

Just a few of the beautiful peace globes sent in from around the world during peace week. We are inspired by them. We are moved by them.   This gallery blog is full of such inspiration. Have a look around. 

Karen Thompson, California

Nanna Murakami in Hawaii


Marvelous Marvelous
Savannah’s Paw Tracks

Author Michelle Frost in Scotland
Pasco, Washington with Miz Peaches
Bonnie Cordle, West Palm Beach, Florida
Ann Dixon in Canada

A Welshwoman in Sicily

Mark Richard Prime, United States

Peace Globe #10,430 ~ The Cozy Cottage of Miss Peach


Facebook Entry
Pasco, Washington

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Peace Globe #10,349 ~ The Journeys of Cactus Jack Splash and Friends

Syndi Duehn
Grandview, Washington

“Sir Darby is featured on our Peace Globe this year. He is worried that there is not enough people concerned about living peacefully. Now I find that funny considering he won’t share his pasture with another horse…..but then again he never learned to do that. He is a model of peace and understanding everywhere else though.” 

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Peace Globe #10,333 ~ Furry Tails of the PDX Pride

 http://pdxpride.blogspot.com/2015/11/dona-nobis-pacem.html

Vancouver, Washington
United States of America

Peace Globe #10,313 ~ Trav’s Thoughts

 http://travsthoughts.blogspot.com/2015/11/dona-nobis-pacem.html
Washington

 Trav’s thoughts are always welcome in this movement. Once again he nails the theme with a personal story of overcoming challenge and adversity. We need that positive spin in our world. Thank you Travis and Pam.

Peace Globe #10,292 ~ Durward Discussion

Jamie White
Washington
She writes…

“In 2006 Mimi Lennox, mistress of Bloggingham Castle started a little project.For one day, bloggers who followed her would speak with one voice:  Dona Nobis Pacem. They would post globes with that simple message. What started as a hope nine years ago has now spread to more than 200 countries and it can take days to visit even a percentage of all the people seeking just one goal in our time: GRANT US PEACE”

Peace Globe #10,271 ~ Jamie’s Place For Stuff

   Jamie’s Place For StuffOriginal Peace Blogger Washington “We can bring these powerful words into the world by acting together as one.” 
 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