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Thursday, November 06, 2008

Dona Nobis Pacem


Dona Nobis Pacem

20 comments:

  1. I love your idea of using words in different languages.

    You also made me realise I don't know the word for Peace in any languages except Latin and English. :-\

    Happy Peace day wishes to you ... beste wense en groete :-D

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  2. Peace and hugs to you.

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  3. I think you have it covered...

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  4. I'm adding "AMAN" in Malay/Indo.
    A creative globe you got there.
    Peace be unto us all :)

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  5. Tink, we love your globe - what a great idea!

    Peace to you,
    Luxie

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  6. I'll give you one more: mir. It's in Czech.
    Peace & love to you :o)

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  7. EXCELLENT way to do the Peace Globe.

    I didn't see 'country bumpkin' listed on there... we say "Peace Y'all!"

    Have a peace filled day!

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  8. Excellent, and in different languages! Yes, may peace prevail.
    I bid peace to you, and hope you find a solution to your CFS.

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  9. That's a great globe!

    Peace to you :O)

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  10. Peace to you and yours!

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  11. Peace and love to you!

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  12. Sending *Peace*Love*Light* to ALL!!

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  13. Such great peace globe. I like to see peace in different languages and countries.

    Funny that the Dutch word Vrede, is quite not the same in Swedish where Vrede = Anger!

    LOVE & PEACE

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  14. Great idea for a Peace Globe.
    Looks good too.
    ML & KC

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  15. What a brilliant Peace Globe you made, with all the different languages! Love it! I hope that you had a peaceful day and more in the future!

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  16. Wonderful sharing on your Please Globe! Thich Nhat Hanh teaches that ‘Peace is in every step’ … a choice in every instant no matter what’s happening around or within us. As each of us blogs for peace today, we join our minds and hearts together to create this reality in our world.
    Hugs and blessings

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  17. Oh my, this is outstanding! I just keep staring at it and will place it proudly in the Peace Globe Gallery.

    Thank you for blogging for peace with all of us today.

    Peace to you and yours,
    Mimi

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  18. I absolutely love your international words for 'peace'. Really great! Happy Blogblast For Peace Weekend!

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  19. Wonderful contribution - very nice banner!

    I had planned to participate this year two, but am so busy, so I did not manage.

    Wishing you a great end to your week :-)

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