Wednesday 7 November 2007

Dona Nobis Pacem

Perfect harmony among nations

could mean that
Everyone is equal

this requires us all to

Actively promote Peace

it is our

Collective responsibility

to ensure that

Everlasting peace is achieved



Lo Kelween said...

dona nobis pacem. we should appreciate peace, which doesn't come easily in this era.

Queenie said...

Peace to you and yours my friend.

Flowerpot said...

Excellent advice. Try passing this on to some politicans as obligatory practice.

Durward Discussion said...

Peace to you. May all those who want peace join hands so that it becomes obvious we are much more numerous than those who profit from war.

CG said...

A wonderful post, let's all join together for PEACE.

letha said...

Great post, mine is up too today.

Hope you're well, been a long time, I'm back to blogging, a bit more anyway.

Me. Here. Right now. said...


Misty DawnS said...

Wonderful post on a very special day!

Elaine Denning said...

I think they should split the world in two. Let the ones who want to kill each other just bloody well get on with it somewhere else, and leave the rest of us alone.

Linda said...

Peace to you and your family!!

MarmiteToasty said...

I gave peas a chance this evening.... but I love peas so I ate the lot :)

peace (((ake))))


Akelamalu said...

You are right Elween. Peace to you my friend.

Thankyou Queenie my darling, and the same to your and yours. xx

If only they would listen Flowerpot!

Quite so Jamie - here's my hand. x

Thanks CG. xx

Good to see you back Letha, I'll be over to see your post soon. x

Peace to you too Hahn, thank you.

A special day indeed Misty Dawn x

Oh if only Miss U . xx

Peace to you and yours Linda and thankyou for dropping by. :)

You ate all the Peas Marmie? What you like?
Peace to you to honey. xx

Travis Cody said...


Peace to you and yours on this wonderful Peace Globe Day and always.

Akelamalu said...

Thanks Travis and the same to you and yours my friend. x

TopChamp said...

Will do x

Smalltown RN said...

You know...for the past few years I have done the flu clinic at my doctors office....this year was no exception. I meet some wonderful people. In a few days we will celebrate Rememberance on the doorstep of the largest seniors population in Canada I have had the opportunity to meet some wonderful veterans. Yesterday whilst I was doing the clinic to old guys started chatting and sharing stories...they both faught in Wars but were thousand away from each was from the Pakistani navy and the other was from Canadian navy..their stories were similar and they shared this unspoken comaradaire and their desire for peace. It was a lovely moment to observe and I felt fortunate to have been there.

Anndi said...

Excellent post dear one.

It begins in our communities, by giving to each other and remembering, we belong to each other...

Give Peace a chance!


Akelamalu said...

Thanks topchamp x

It must be hard for the older generation smalltown rn to see after all their efforts that nothing much has changed! :(

Thankyou Anndi you are so right. x

bundle-o-contradictions said...

What a very lovely thought.
Peacie! :)

Lee Ann aka Dixie said...

Peace to you and yours as well.

Thanks for stopping by.

Liz Hill said...

Peace to you and yours--thank you for stopping by my blog!

Akelamalu said...

Thankyou bundle, peace to you and thanks for dropping by.

Peace to you Dixie

And to you Turnbaby

thailandchani said...

Glad you are giving it a try without word verification. I typically can't get through them.

Anyway... peace to you as well and thanks for stopping by my site.

The butterfly cursor is charming. :)

jmb said...

Peace be with you always Akelamalu

MaR said...

Peace to you too!

Jeff B said...

I think it's great to hear comments from people around the world who share the same hope. Peace

Thanks for visiting.

Anonymous said...

Peace to you! A lovely peace globe, and a lovely post. :)

Anonymous said...

Pax vobiscum!

MaoMao said...

I love your globe! Peace to you and yours!

Linda said...

I'm late getting around but I wanted to visit everyone's Peace Globes and yours is lovely!

Peace to you and your family. I hope all goes well with your Dad, too.

Kimo and Sabi said...

Peace to you.

Mimi Lenox said...

You are so original! I should have known you'd do something unique. It is taking me a long time to get around to everyone's post but I want to read them thoroughly and savor them. This was worth waiting for.

Thank you for blogging for peace and encouraging others to do so. I've read some amazing posts already and seen more and more globes. Last night when I went to bed, I had the most peaceful feeling. It was wonderful.

Akelamalu said...

thailandchani thankyou for dropping by. Glad you like my butterfly. :)

And with you jmb, thankyou.

Thankyou .:mar :)

Me too, thanks jeff b :)

Why thankyou thomma lyn and thankyou for dropping by.

Thankyou Marilyn Monreow

Peace to you too chairman mao

Thanks Linda, I've still not finished visiting everybody yet either! xx

Kimo & Sabi thanks for dropping by, and peace to you.

Ah Mimi it's all down to you honey. You do a fantastic job. I'm glad you liked my globe and my post. xx

Mother of Invention said...

If I knew the technology, I would have sung and posted the words to, "From A Distance" for Peace Day. That song says it all.

Akelamalu said...

Oh that surely is a beautiful song and totally appropriate MOI

Annelisa said...

Akelamalu, my friend, as always you banged the nail on the head!!

Sorry for not being around lately - I'm so bogged down in three zillion things!! But I have some good news, I'll be writing about when this month is up (and I finish my nanowrimo) re my thyroid disease has reversed itself ( a rare occurrence indeed!) Yay!! Must be doing something right! :-)

Anyway, thanks for visiting. I have fallen of the face of our peaceful earth (yet! :-) )

Big hugs


Peace to you and yours!