Sunday, 18 October 2009

Blogblast for Peace 2009 - My Video


My Surprise. :-)

31 comments:

The Crow said...

This was beautifully done, Michelle. Sobering information. Thank you for bringing this to my attention.

Peace and much love to you.

:)

Anndi said...

Michelle,

I'm at a loss for words. When I watch this, I want to hug the world and make it better.

Thank you so much for this.

Blessings and Love

...and many, many hugs to you, dear kindred spirit.

Amel's Realm said...

I'm so ignorant about all the statistics. This is really eye-opening. Beautiful, M!!!

Betty said...

Thank you, Michelle!

Amias said...

You put your heart in this, to touch our heart, and you succeeded with mines. Peace starts with me.

Travis said...

So well done, capturing the need for all of us to work and strive for peace that starts at home. If we care for our children and raise them in safety and security, with the love they deserve, then they can lead the world to a better reality.

Thank you.

RA said...

Beautiful and sobering at the same time. It's a winner, Michelle! :)

Mimi Lenox said...

Michelle,

Like Ann, I am at a loss for words. Heartbreaking. Beautifully done...and yet full of hope - that there are people in the world like you who care enough to put their passion and concern into pictures and words and deeds.

This brings awareness AND hope to all of us. The transformation from the pregnant image to the globe in the womb is stunning.

Earth Mother IS speaking, m'dear.
I said I have no words but this really has stirred so much in me to write, as the tears fall - happy tears - that this project has filled me once again with wonder and the realization that it is about all of us working together for peace that truly does begin deep within.

Love to you,
Mimi

Mike Golch said...

Great posting,the video was so powerful that I had to post it on my site as well.

Twilight said...

So beautiful, Michelle - so very well done too! Congratulations.

The video will fit very well into my post for tomorrow, on a related topic, so I'll add it, with a credit to you and your blog, if I may.

Bond said...

Michelle..you have captured the spirit of Peace Globes so wonderfully; in your Globe itself and now in this powerful movie.

I will be using it on Monday's post when we The Worker Bees Of Peace Globes will unite and run the Peace Globe Meme!

Michelle said...

Hi Martha
Thank you for the kind reply. It is sobering, isn't it?

Love to you too. x

Hi Anndi
:-) Thank you. I'm fairly out of words reading all these replies myself!

((hugs)) and love back

Amel and Betty
Thank you. ((Hugs))

Amias
bless you - thank you.

Hi Travis
Exactly - peace starts at home. Thank you.

Hi RA
(hah, I wondered who you were at first!)
Thanks and... I like your name change. :-)

Mimi
Now I'm the one at a loss for words. This thing (Peace Globe) really is bigger than both of us, isn't it? Wonderful to know that and be a part of that. Such a priveledge really.

The image of the Earth Mother just... worked. Yep, she is definitely speaking! ;-)

love and hugs to you too

Hi Mike
Thank you for sharing my video.

Twilight said...
Thank you and yes - you are welcome to share it. The further it travels - the better! :-)

Michelle said...

Hi Bond
Thank you very much. :-)I'm very honoured.

Kerry Bryne said...

Michelle-What an excellent presentation of words that need to be said and spread. Your efforts are greatly appreciated. Thank you.

Tint~ said...

Wow Michelle... that is powerful! I wanted to post something, but time slipped away and... well, I wanted to use connection problems as an excuse but it doesn't sound right. I just got too busy. Amazing presentation, my friend. My wish is that the world takes notice. Peace does indeed start at home... with each of us.

Desert Songbird said...

Stunning.

jennifer said...

The video is extraordinary Michelle. I am going to post it on my blog soon - it HAS to be shared! The message is so valuable.

Have a lovely week.

Michelle said...

Kerry
Thank you. :-)

Hi Tint

Thank you. I understand completely - I'm months behind on reading some of my favourite blogs. There's just not enough of my brain, let alone time, lately. ;-)

Hi Desert Songbird
Welcome over and thank you. :-)

Jennifer
Thank you very much. :-)

Daisy said...

Well done, Michelle. I'm going to post this on my blog too to help promote the day. Lovely work.

Michelle said...

Thank you Daisy. :-)

Carver said...

Michelle,

This is so beautiful and sobering. You did such a great job with this video for peace.

As ever in peace, Carver

Nessa said...

Beautiful and enlightening video.

Wordless Wednesday - King of the Field

Blur Ting said...

Wow Michelle, this is very well done. It makes one reflect. I'm all for Peace.

ShastriX said...

Very nice, Michelle.

Thanks for an exquisite reminder that the only way to peace is through more peace…but don't tell that to a certain George W Bush.

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Michelle said...

Nessa and Ting

Thank you. :-)

Shastri
Thank you.

Ah well.. politicians and peace... strangely the two don't often seem to work well together, do they?

Sandi Van Winkle said...

Beautifully done Michelle! Thanks for this eye-opening expression of where we need to begin.

And thanks for inviting me to join this event.

Michelle said...

Hi Sandi

Thank you for the kind words. I look forward to seeing what you post for Peace day. :-)

secret agent woman said...

I so agree - peace begins with each person. In the heart, in the fmaily, in the community, in the country, in the world. Wonderful video

Walk in the Woods said...

Amazing ~ in oh so many ways ...

☮Peace☮

moorebloglife said...

I have this one for me Peace post as well, It really hits home.
Amanda Guthrie-moore

Michelle said...

Hi Secret Agent Woman
Thank you. Got to start simple first and build from there, I believe. :-)

Walk in the Woods
Thank you... love your name by the way. :-)

Hi Amanda
Thank you very much. :-)