Sunday, October 18, 2009

Peace Globes Are Coming

In my slowdown from blogging lately I've neglected to mention the BlogBlast For Peace. This idea was started by Mimi and has grown into a world wide event. On Nov. 5 every blogger puts a peace globe on their blog and writes whatever moves them to write that day. I know there will be a lot of you out there that scoff at the idea and think it's just a bunch of hippie nonsense. But large movements are built from the ground up, one step at a time.

Remember the most powerful weapon might not be a sword or a gun or a might be a word. Words have power. Use them wisely.



Bond said...


Thanks John!

Travis said...

Well said John!

JohnH985 said...

Thanks to both of you. I've been meaning to write about the peace globes but somehow I kept putting off the blog, but hopefully no more!

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