Monday, July 6, 2009

Send the World the Power of Peace

This is where I go when I want a moment to myself. A moment to ponder problems and blessings.
Some of you think I am kooky. Yep, I probably am. I believe in a higher power, what ever that means to each of us individually.
One of my favorite bloggers is Stoneweaver. She belongs to the etsy prayer team. Please read her post today found here. I believe in the power to send energy into the universe. Take a moment to follow her links, and take a moment to be at peace and send a message of peace to the world. Even if you don't believe, you will feel better and more at peace with yourself.
I am sending you all love and peace as you read my post.


pam T said...

O Carol, what a lovely place to be by yourself and ponder life's surprises!
I will be following your link shortly.... life definitely needs more peace and people taking time to send the world peace.

Plays with Needles said...

I love this idea on the Etsy prayer team...and your little space looks like just the right environment...You send out tons of positive energy to me and for that I am grateful...Peace, Susan

Heart of a Cowgirl said...

Hi Carol ~ How nice! I too go into my garden to ponder things...or I sit with my bunnies and watch them hop around and groom each other. So simple and peaceful!

dochoamom said...

Definately a peaceful place...very lucky its right there out your back door... Hope I can see it in person someday.

Much love, Deb

Pursuing Art... said...

Beautiful spot to find peace, Carol. I love your pond and fountain...I bet it sounds delightful.

I, too, go to nature to find peace. There is nothing like mom nature's gifts to help us with that.

Peace and love to you...~Lisa

freebird said...

My dad had a little pond although it was smaller than yours. That is a good place to go for peace and calming. Water they say, calms us as it reminds us of the comfort of the womb. Peace is so needed in the world. I think it's up to the people as too many governments are just not working towards it. So add my peace prayer to the wave going outward. Peace for our hearts so we can spread peace to others.

Beadin' Gram/aka Jackie said...

Your last couple posts have been just what I needed -- thanks for the peace they have brought.

Love your little garden sanctuary -- how wonderful.

Gammie said...

How beautiful, Carol, both the thought and your garden. I checked out the other blog also. The thoughts on there are very thought provoking. Thank you.


Jacquie said...

Yes where would we be without nature? I would be lost myself, and just looking at the photo of your peaceful place makes me feel good, so I think it's working! I had never heard of a prayer blog...have to check that out. I do believe in group prayer and positive thoughts too.

Healingstones said...

How kind of you to mention my post and the prayer team. If we all do our little bit, before you know it mountains are moved!

Lucky you to have this little sanctuary where you can sit in peace and just 'be'. I so miss my garden!! (We don't have one here). I had created a little place in my last garden, with an old bench and a patch of chamomile lawn - it used to smell gorgeous as I walked across it.

Thanks for visiting my site and your continued support.

a2susan said...

Carol, how delightful that you have created this special place of peace and for peace. One of my BJP's was a peace mandala, because I too believe that if we can create it, it will happen. Thank you for sharing your special place, and thank you for the energy you send of love and peace.
Hugs, Susan

Camilla La Mer-Art Dolls said...

What a wonderful link!!! Thank you, Carol...I am praying!!!



TattingChic said...

That looks like a beautiful area to go and find peace and meditate! I think prayer is an important part of life and am a firm believer in the power of prayer!

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