Thursday, November 4, 2010

Dona Nobis Pacem

Dona Nobis Pacem . . .
Fridden, Der Frieden, La Paix, Achukma, Mr Bosnian, Shalom, Heiwa, Salam, La Paz, La Pace, A Paz, Alaafia, Amaithia, Amani, Aman Malay, Amniat, Ashtee, Asomdwee, Aylobha, Bake, Barish, Beke, Booto, Budech, Chibanda, Dailama, Damai, Diakatra, Dodolimdag, eace-pay, Echnahcaton, Ets'a'an Olal, Eyewi Nez, Faddriampahalemana, Filemu, Fois, Fred, Friour, Goom-jigi, Gunnammwey, Hasiti, Hau, Hedd, Hmetho, Hoa Binh, Ilifayka, Innaihtsi'iyi, Iri'ni, Irq, Ittimokla, Kagiso, Kalilintad, Kapayapaan, K'e, Khanhaghutyun, Khotso, Kinuinak, Kiba-kiba, Kunammwey, Kutula, Kwam, La Paqe, La Patz, La Pau, Lape, Layeni, Ki-k-ei, Linew, Lumana, Mabuhay, Maluhia, Meleilei, Melino, Miers, Mina, Mtendere Chewa,, Muka-muka, Musango, Mutenden, Nabad-Da, Nanna Ayya, Nerane'i, Nimuhore, Nirudho, Nye, Olakamigenoka, Paci, Paco, Pax, Pingan, Pokoj, Pyong'hwa, Rahu, Rangima'aire, Rauha, Redamaian, Rukun, Saanti, Santipap, Saq, Shite, Shanti Bengali, Sholim, Siochain, Sith, Soksang, Solh Dari, Sonqo, Sulh, Taika, Tecocatu, Thayu, Tsumukikatu, Tuktuquil, Tutkinun, Udo, Ukuthula, Uvchin, Uxolo, Vrede Afrikaans, Waki Ijiwebis-I, Wetaskiwin, Wolakota, Wontokode, Wo'okeyeh . . .
Peace.
Today is the international Blog Blast for Peace. People all over the world are celebrating and spreading the hope for Peace today. The Peace Globe featured above includes a linocut print that I created which is titled Many Beliefs, One Wish. I hope that you'll take some time today to visit the Peace Globe Gallery. Perhaps you'll even find some time to create one of your own to share with the rest of the world.

Happy Day, Everyone!
Wishing  you Peace!

Miss Robin :) 

17 comments:

Mimi Lenox said...

How lovely!! This does represent diversity and peace in such a real way. Beautifully created, Robin.

Thank you so much for being a part of this day. What an extraordinary teacher you are.
Lucky children.

Mimi

Robin Jamison Hernandez said...

Thanks so much, Mimi! And a special thanks for organizing such a wonderful movement :)

Speedcat Hollydale said...

SWEEEEEEET!

I have seen so many posts "about peace" .. that are pushing a political philosophy today. Your globe rocks.

BIG HUG from SpeedyCat :-)

Robin Jamison Hernandez said...

Aw, thanks, SpeedyCat! You've just made my day :)

jennifer said...

Your peace globe is beautiful. A desire for peace can be unifying.

PEACE!

Robin Jamison Hernandez said...

Thank you so much, Jennifer! :)

Anndi said...

Diversity... we speak different languages, have different colour skin, live in different climates... but we all have a word for peace.

Lovely.

Robin Jamison Hernandez said...

Well said, Anndi. Ultimately, we all want the same thing :)

Mimi Lenox said...

This is so lovely! You and your students are so talented. I love the creativity!

Your globe is #1836 in the Peace Globe Gallery at blogblastforpeace.com
Thank you for participating this year!

Mimi

Kate said...

I found you from Dona Nobis Pacem. I love your site. I’m going to poke around a little bit, but don’t worry I’ll put everything back where I found it!!

from Alicia M B Ballard's Studio said...

Loved it!

DrillerAA09 said...

Very nicely done.

theimaginativetraveler said...

Beautiful Peace Globe! Your words say it perfectly..'many beliefs, one wish'. That wish is a peaceful world for our young ones to inherit and we will make that happen...:)

Lynette

Travis Cody said...

I love this message.

Peace to you and yours.

Annelisa said...

Lovely Peaceglobe, and I love your wishes for peace in so many languages! Nice!

Wishing you and yours peace and happiness x

Robin Jamison Hernandez said...

Thanks so much, Mimi, for the invitation to join you & so many others for the Blogging for Peace movement!

Thank you, too, to everyone who stopped by and left a comment. I'm honored to be in such good company :)

xo,
Robin

Annelisa said...

Your peace post is now linked in my blog: Peace Bloggers Unite