Dona nobis pacem – Grant Us Peace

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Dona nobis pacem – Grant Us Peace

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Today, November 4th, is the day Peace Bloggers all over the world share the same thought.

The theme this year is ‘The Power of Words’.

Each of us must spread the waves of love and peace and create an atmosphere through our thoughts, our words and interactions with others. ~ Senora Roy

 

Peace Lily

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“You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one. I hope someday you’ll join us. And the world will live as one.”
John Lennon

http://www.blogblastforpeace.com/

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“Peace Train”, by Cat Stevens, was released in 1971, and appears on the album, “Teaser and the Firecat”. It was written by Cat Stevens. The label is Island (UK/Europe, and A & M (US and Canada).

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~also posted for NanoPoblano2018~

Thanks for visiting! Peace ☮️

© 2018 BS

 

26 responses »

  1. LOVE this post. The colors on your blog are refreshing and peaceful!
    Thank you for blogging for peace with us.
    This Cat Stevens song is one of my favorites.
    We accept your peace lily with gratitude. And the quote is perfect for this day of powerful words!

    Peace to you and yours,
    Mimi Lenox

    • Thanks so much, Mimi!
      I only found out about your awesome blog for peace, a few days ago, and really wanted to join in. Thank you for providing a place to share our thoughts and words.
      Peace to you and yours, also. ☮️

    • Thank you so much for the welcome!
      Yes, this was my first time posting for Peace, as I just discovered this.
      Cat Stevens songs are favorites of mine, especially this one!
      Peace ☮️

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