A Symbol of Peace…

paris peace sign Jean Jullien

“…when I put my brush on paper, this was the first thing that came.” ~ Jean Jullien

Meet the man behind the Eiffel Tower Peace Sign and how love, art and inspiration go hand in hand…

Peace…

Link: Slate Magazine

The Peace of Christmas Eve

There is something about the peace of Christmas Eve that makes it my favorite time of the holiday season. All the shopping is done. All the presents are wrapped, the cookies are baked, the cheesecake awaits. Then the blessed evening falls upon us…we are off in our best dresses, into the chilly air for Christmas Mass, the hymns, the bell choirs, the smell of incense…then home to warmth by the fire, the Christmas tree’s glow, a sip of wine, and an enchanted dinner to celebrate the day. We break a blessed Christmas wafer and pass it around, symbolic of our love and sharing.

May you be filled with love and joy and the peace of Christmas Eve.

Merry Christmas

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Peaceful wishes…

Wishing all of you peace, love, and newness of life this Easter and throughout the Spring season.

 The Wit Continuum

Global Call for Creative Thinking…

One of my dear friends Raymon Grace has posted a

Global Call for Creative Thinking

which is scheduled for this Sunday evening, March 20, 2011 at 8 pm. EST.

Please consider joining in for a few minutes in your own private space and do whatever is your groove to connect with the spirits of love, peace, forgiveness, and community.  For myself, I think of how I’d love to see the world, healed, with all people enlightened and working as one.  There are not set parameters here…just do whatever is comfortable for you:  prayer, meditation, exercise, dance, drumming, music, hugging someone you love….whatever!

Check the Global Call link above for the full run-down on this peaceful endeavor!

Peace…from The Wit Continuum

Rare Lunar Eclipse Tonight (via Columbia County Current)

This Wit will be up to view and receive blessing from the lunar eclipse tonight….sure to be donned in the warmest of witless attire, all in black of course, expressing some pagan chant in a cloud of white breath, into the longest night of the year….
Peace to all in the celestial world….that means you as well as the moon.

Rare Lunar Eclipse Tonight Tonight, technically Tuesday morning, the moon will move into the earth’s shadow, causing a lunar eclipse. This will be the first time a lunar eclipse has occurred on the Winter Solstice since 1638 so Druids, Pagans and Twilight Fans are sure to be out chanting in the moonlight. Depending on cloud coverage in your area, the eclipse will be visible to anyone in North America. Starting around 1:30 a.m. Eastern time, the earth’s shadow should begin … Read More

via Columbia County Current