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Saturday, October 09, 2010John Lennon Peace Posts ~ Happy 70th Birthday!
(designed by Starr and Mia at Here Comes A Girl In The Form of A Girl)Ever since The BlogBlast For Peace movement began back in 2006, I've kept a special category in the Gallery for posts and peace globes devoted to John Lennon's music and words. Here are just a few of the links and globes made with John Lennon as an inspiration. Click the globe to be taken to the blogger's site who designed the globe.
Imagine. He would be 70 years old this weekend.
The peace is still reverberating and his influence lives on.
Many peace bloggers today still refer to this iconic man of peace to rock the peace on Peace Globes Day. Here are just a few. I can't wait to see the ways in which he will be honored this year on November 4.
Altjiranga Miltjina ~ Louisiana
DK & F's Secret Paws ~ San Francisco, California
Doctor Anonymous BlogTalk Radio Interview with Mimi Lenox featuring the music of John Lennon's "Imagine"
Eco-Friendly Life and Toys ~ Sandpoint, Idaho
Forks Off The Moment ~ New Jersey
Gill's Jottings ~ South Africa
Here Comes A Storm In The Form of A Girl ~ Starr and Mia in Oregon
House of the (Mostly) Black Cats ~ Virginia
Lulu's Petals ~ Long Island ~ New York
Maremagnum ~ Spain
Mummified Times Five ~ Australia
Picturing Of Life ~ Netherlands
Simply Cats ~ Yorkshire, United Kingdom (hear Joan Baez version of "Imagine" and John's acoustic)
The Birder's Report ~ California
The Carolina Cats (formerly 2Carolina Cats) ~ "Imagine" The words that show us what Peace can be like.
The Perpetual Search For Personal Nirvana ~ "Give Peace A Chance" video tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
This That and The Other Thing ~ New Jersey
That one word holds a deep pool of hope.
We still imagine.