Knitting a World of Peace
Knit: to join closely; unite securely.
From: The FreeDictionary.com
Knit Peace Globe was designed and knit by: Goodnightgram.wordpress.com
This past summer, I had the opportunity to travel to the International Peace Garden. I entered the Peace Garden north of Dunseith, North Dakota. It was my second visit to the garden. The first time I went alone – for a quiet visit. This past summer, I took Goodnight so she could have a quiet visit, too.
Blog Blast for Peace Day might be a great day to take a virtual tour of the International Peace Garden. Find your way to the Peace Chapel and click the link there to read the peace quotes that have been carved into stone in the chapel.
Then travel the blogoshpere to find more bloggers for peace. Start with Mimi’s page. Scroll down to see the list of peace bloggers and check out their blogs for peace. Peace is worth it. And then check Trav’s page. He posted a peace quote every day for the last month and on the eve of Blog Blast for Peace, he posted them all together in one place.
So . . . . . Peace to all who stop here today. Peace in your actions. Peace in your facial expressions. Peace in your gestures. Peace in your body language. Peace in your words. Peace in your thoughts. Peace in your hearts. Peace in your examples. Peace in your pathways. Peace in your futures. Peace in your memories . . .