Teach Peace: #WordlessWednesday #WednesdayWisdom

Teach Peace: #WordlessWednesday #WednesdayWisdom

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This #wordlesswednesday, thanks to my older poppet, I got a bunch of quotes from Pinterest to share. Never done this before here. Well, I’ve been having a bit of a health hiccup and I was not sure if I was up to posting at all. But she graciously volunteered to help out. So thankful to you, Arusha Sinha. 🙂 

Arusha wanted me to use the “Teach Peace” quote, but all of them were so lovely, that I grabbed them with both my arms. 

The second last one on kindness, I found in my gallery. And I love it. 

Which one’s your favourite?

I like all of them as they resonate.


Have a wondrous #WordlessWednesday, dear amigos!

Stay safe. Stay optimistic and spread those good vibes, please.

We all need them. 🙂









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33 thoughts on “Teach Peace: #WordlessWednesday #WednesdayWisdom

    1. True that Betty. It does.
      We get too busy living that we forget to just ‘be”.

      Thank you for coming by and for your email. 🙂
      Have a wonderful new week!

    1. Thank you Lucy, for visiting.
      Yeah we need to be reminded of that constantly. Pertinent if we have to heal. As then only the planet will heal with us.

      Our world is in need of lots of love, peace and healing.
      Have a wonderful weekend!

    2. Looks like everyone, mostly does. 🙂

      The pandemic is a good time to go ahead and do that, if we can.

      Thank you for visting. 🙂

  1. Sorry to hear that you weren’t keeping well. Natasha. I hope you feel better soon.
    I loved all the quotes! Great choices, Arusha! My favorite of all is the one about kindness. <3

  2. All the quotes are nice and my favourite is Teach Peace. It is also about the way it is written with the letters eac overlapping. Thanks to Arusha for bringing up these quotes for you at a time when you are not feeling well and when the world needs to read and practice them the most. Get well soon, Natasha.

    1. Thanks so much, Anu.

      I’m so glad you noticed the way the “Teach Peace” words was written. It caught my attention too. 🙂

      Hope things are okay in your neck of woods. Do stay safe.

  3. Hello my sista from across the waves! How are you today? Fine I hope… staying healthy, safe and most of all happy! You have a beautiful smile. You should show it off more often. Well, it’s very late and I shall talk again to you soon. I’ve been trying to get my leg fixed and the doctor I went to yesterday wasn’t the right doctor to say the least. It’s been very painful lately, numb and annoying. I need to find a doctor who can fix this and tell me what’s going on. Well, that makes the fourth doctor I’ve been too. It happened right after my back surgery almost two years ago and it just gets worse. So… enough belly aching…. hahaha Goodnight, sweet dreams and may the Lord watch over you my friend…. HUGS!!!

    1. Oh nooo! Dear Marie. What happened. Hope you feel better soon. Sometimes going to too many doctors just complicates things further.

      Maybe rest it out more and do gentle exercises and allow the pain to heal on it’s own. Have you tried talking to your pain? Works wonders. No I’m not nuts, it is also one of the ways to heal what is causing the pain and to realease it.

      Sending you love, and happy healing thoughts. Big Love <3

  4. I’m sorry you are not well. I empathize as I have been under the weather all day. Sending you a hug. Teach Peace is my favorite. I missed last week’s WW because I was sick over the murder of George Floyd. I’m not too much better, but I was determined today to share a little beauty and light.

    1. More power to you dear Chandra.
      Te reason I posted this was also to do with situation in America right now.
      I’m so glad you will share your beautiful light with us. 🙂

  5. Because I also love people and plants and animals, my favorite is the one that tells us to imagine the effect that friendly words have on people, if these words make plants grow.

    Happy WW, dear Natasha!

    1. Yes, it really struck a cord in my heart too. Every being spoken to kindly, responds with love. Sometimes we just react to situations and hurt the ones we love.
      It is with mindfulness that we can inculcate the effect of our kind spoken words.

      I’m also working on it. Slowly but surely. 🙂
      Thanks Zina. Be well.

    1. Awww, Binky it sure is your time to shine. Sorry for the late response, but you and gran are in my thoughts.

      Pawkisses and paw hugs back at ya. <3

  6. Very good quotes in your selection. But I start to ask myself why we have to discover these, when somehow we are forced to discover them? Is it the only way? We have to think more than usual, even now it is a little bit late. ..
    Thank you for the linking, dear Natasha!
    Wishing you a beautiful start in Summer!

    1. Dear Suzana,

      I sometimes notice that they come to me, just when I need them. In form of a song, a message from a friend, a forward, or a blog post, or a line or two from a book.

      Have you tried tuning in to these signs Suzana. 🙂

      Lovely summer to you too. Be well.

    1. Im glad these resonated, dear Monika.

      Yes, I am healing. 🙂 It’s an ongoing journey I guess.

      Thanks so much. Take good care, you too. Stay safe please. Love and light!

  7. Sorry to hear you’ve not been well, dear Natasha. Have you been to see the doc? Do try and take some downtime as well, if that helps!

    Loved each one of the beautiful quotes, Natasha! Beautiful choice by Arusha on that one. Yeah. They are all equally thought-provoking and beautiful but the last one is just meant for me, I feel, given that I’m exactly in that state of mind right now.

    Let’s connect soon, my friend. I wish you’re back to your element sooner than you think.
    Much love, healing vibes and sunshine being sent your way.

    <3 🙂

    1. Yes, we have to connect soon. Been a while, really.

      Thanks for always taking time to express your thoughts in your comments so candidly, Esha.

      Hugs and light <3

  8. We do need to teach peace. We also need to teach that we are all one and that we all are brothers and sisters.

    I have always though that what you take out of the pot you need to put back into the pot. Just my thoughts.

    Thanks for hosting and I hope that you and your family are safe and you have a peaceful week.

    1. Yes so far so good. Staying safe, though we have a few people affected in our condo, but all of them are in quarantine at home.
      So far so good. Amen! 🙂

  9. The last one reminded me of the song, “Enjoy your self, it’s later than you think…”, by Doris Day. So many times we postpone the very things that actually bring pleasure to ourselves just because there is some great excuse we have at hand.
    Good compilation Natasha.

    1. Wow, thanks for that reminder to the Doris Day song, Anagha.

      You said it!
      very important to invest some time each day doing what we love doing the most. It’s like fertilising our energy, adding the dose of nutrients and growing alongside. 🙂

      Thank you for linking up Anagha.

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