Making Peace: 31 Writings on Peace

IMG_0872Peace. It’s kind of a vague word with a million connotations associated with it. Everyone has an idea of what peace is and how they would like to see it manifested in their life and the lives around them. Some think of hippies in tye-dye and for others the unachievable ideal so often clamored for with the title “world peace” pasted across it.

Whether it is angels or rippling streams that comes to mind when this word is spoken it is evident that this world is desperate for some peace. I don’t claim to have answers, I don’t pretend to know all there is on this subject. But I do hope that you will join me on this adventure of understanding this concept and perhaps grasp unexpectedly tangible ways we can make peace in the world around us.

Below links will accumulate that will speak to this subject. It is my hope that before we turn the calendar to November there will be thirty-one posts that will in some way guide us towards making peace in all places.

Blessed are the peacemakers, right?

 

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    claygirlsings
    October 2, 2014 at 1:05 am

    Great topic! I love your image photo, too – so peaceful! I’m visiting from #write31days.

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