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Dona Nobis Pacem

Posted by BenSpark on June 6, 2007

“Give us Peace” is what Dona Nobis Pacem means. You can listen to the tune and read the lyrics , they are in Latin.

Today is a day to ask for peace in the world. Bloggers from all over are displaying their Peace globes on their blogs in a global solidarity stance on Peace. I’ve created a Peace Globe for each Blog. I was alerted to this by Mimi and this is her post on Dona Nobis Pacem, Mimi;s story is very a very beautiful tale. She also started working with Peace Globes back in November, 12 2006.

Many bloggers are participating, if you are then leave me a comment and let me know the address to your post about Peace Globes.

As far as my personal thoughts on peace, I have been influenced by the music of Ellis Paul (myspace), Christopher Williams (myspace), Mark Errelli (myspace), and Vance Gilbert (myspace) to name a few. These are people who’s music speaks to peace in the world. Take a listen and you will be inspired. Especially listen to Mark Errelli’s The Only Way, Ellis and Vance covered this song so well too. Ellis has a great song called 9 months to fix the world, having a child on the way that songs speaks strongly to me. And Ellis’ song Autobiography of a Gun is very interesting.

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4 Responses to “Dona Nobis Pacem”

  1. Bond said

    Grant Us Peace – “All You Need Is Love”
    Sitting On The COUCH For Peace

  2. Bud Weiser, WTIT said

    May the warmth and spirit of this Peace Globe Day bring us all peace. You’re globe is beautiful.

    Bud
    From WTIT: the most peaceful Tape Radio Station ever…

  3. Annelisa said

    Three? Cool!

    Nice globe

    Great post (again! 🙂 )

    More peace ladled upon you!

    Words that Flow

  4. Mimi Lenox said

    Wonderful colors on the globe! Peace to you and yours.

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