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6.06.2007

Dona Nobis Pacem






See how it all started with Mimi's grandfather here.
see another peace globe here
and here.

17 comments:

  1. A very intriguing composition. Truly a well thought of statement. Peace, is it too much to ask for?

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  2. Nicely done. Makes you stop and think. I can't wait to see all the other peace globes.

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  3. Thanks for provoking today's posting! I only have one question - how did you already make this tomorrow (6/6/07?) Have you traveled to Asia?

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  4. hey, it is June 6th in the Philippines--;)

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  5. now i understand -- the peace globes will have their own quotes.

    good one you made.

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  6. Interesting writing there....

    Grant Us Peace - "All You Need Is Love"
    Sitting On The COUCH For Peace

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  7. Beautiful globe and post Chesca. I love the saying you post on your globe so very much. Happy Peace Glove day.

    P.S. Thank you for your lovely comment on my blog. I have been reading you for a little while now (via bobbarama) and have enjoyed you very much.

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  8. May the warmth and spirit of this Peace Globe Day bring us all peace. You’re globe is beautiful.

    Bud
    From WTIT: the most peaceful Tape Radio Station ever…

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  9. Chesca- you've got me writing a post now...in my head at least.

    Real peace is internal. It exists in us, in spite of trauma and loss- if we strive for it.
    The world's version of peace is a watered down form of reality- one where no pain exits. But pain, and death, and loss do exist. How we find peace in the midst of those things...that is the real issue.
    I have a feeling you understand all about this~
    Hugs :)

    "Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. I do NOT give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid"(John 14:27

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  10. Beautiful - peace to you and yours - LC

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  11. Hello Chesca, I wanted to say thank you for stopping by my page and signing my map. Your Peace Globe is really great, and your entry thought-provoking. I have been reading your page for awhile, linking from Bob's. The term "skindiving" caught my eye a long time ago because I hadn't heard that term since I left the Philippines, where I was born and lived for 15 years. I have fond memories of living there and ever so often a term like that jogs a memory in my brain, so thanks! I think your blog is great, lots of interesting posts, and very cute video of your girls. Your video was cute as well! ;-) I was going to email you all this, but couldn't get it to run. I'll be stopping by regularly to read.

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  12. hope with this beautiful poem, peace prevails across the world.

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  13. I'm seeing these everywhere! I'm going to have to look into this more!

    Insightful as always, chesca!

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  14. I'm cruising by from Mimi's. Happy Peace Globe Day.

    Peace to you!

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  15. I love your mermaid on the Peaceglobe - wonderful globe!

    This poem, I haven't seen before - thank you for sharing it.

    Peace to you and yours, now and always

    Words that Flow

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  16. Very moving. Thank you for participating in Dona Nobis Pacem.


    Peace to you and yours,
    Mimi

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  17. dear nanay,
    sorry of how i was acting today or the other days lately!!! i did this in public because i love you.

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