Dona Nobis Pacem – 2019

Coming round again, Dona Nobis Pacem begins another season of hope for change.  This year’s theme is climate.  It takes a whole lot of weather over several years to create a climate and many continue to confuse the two.

While storms continue to get greater and wilder, there is still time for a change to help ease climate change and to also bring peace to the world.  That is the promise of the rainbow.  It signals the storm has passed and in the peace that follows to reach out to cure the pains of the world.

The storm will come again.  The quiet will follow.  Change can happen both for man and all the species that share our beautiful blue marble in space.  The rewards of hope can alter the world.

This time of year, everyone expects the Bear-A-Tones and Bear 339.  They were created both as a message about the environment and as a message of peace.  Just Imagine the hope and change possible

About Jamie

Retired Writer Editor - Loves Books, Musical Theater, politics for a good argument, genealogy, Scotland and owls
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5 Responses to Dona Nobis Pacem – 2019

  1. Sherry Marr says:

    I LOVE the Bear-a-tones! Thanks for rocking the Blogblast for peace!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. TinkNL says:

    Great video, thanks for participating. Peace to you 🌎


  3. Mimi Lenox says:

    The next time I see a rainbow, I’ll think about it “curing the pains of the world” with its calm after the storm. We’ve had too many storms and not enough calm. Thank you for being an integral part of this community of peace all these years..

    Peace to yo and yours,

    Liked by 2 people

  4. mjgolch says:

    I used three different globes and we both used the Bear a tones.Like Minds think a like!

    Liked by 1 person

  5. bink says:

    hey, check out “Watchmen”, it’s right up your alley


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