Saw this logo passing by a couple of times and it made me very curious! Found the link on my friend Shaun’s blog–> http://prayingforoneday.wordpress.com/ and decided to become a part of this! (you know me, if I have a chance to share some love, I will share it!) 🙂
Want in? This is what you have to do:
- Devote at least one post a month to/for/about peace. If you write poems or fiction, write a piece about peace. If you take photos, post a photo or gallery that reflects, symbolizes, defines, or creates peace. If you write rants, rant at something that disturbs the peace or rant about something that promotes peace. If you are into zen, post a blank white page. If you are an artist…you get the idea. Feel free to be creative. Peace has no boundaries. There are no mistakes. We have no enemies.
- Put a “Bloggers for Peace” badge on your blog. Put it anywhere on your blog; in the post, on your “about” page, as an image widget on your menu bar, on your “awards” page, on your avatar page, or as a tattoo!
- Link your post to at least one other post from a different Blogger for Peace.
- Hopefully, this will create a symbiotic synergy that will inspire others to create art/poetry/prose/photos/love on their posts about peace. You might also want to add the tag “B4Peace” to your post. This will also be a great way to get to know other Bloggers for Peace. I envision a virtual circle of us all holding hands in solidarity for peace.
- Put instructions on your post for others to join the group or link back to this post. This will help grow the movement. Can you imagine if we get enough bloggers to join so we can have a post on peace every day? Imagine the impact we could make if everyday the internet would have some new creativity/energy/emotion/positive vibration about peace. Imagine if we linked all these posts together to create a web of peace and positive energy. “You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one…”
- Even when you don’t make a post, please re-blog or use the social media shares of other “peace posts”.
I think it’s a lovely idea! Who doesn’t want peace for all, right?
I include a poem on the subject ‘peace’ as well. It’s about not judging if you don’t know the story!