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"52 Weeks of Peace" Full Circle

It’s official now ~ we’ve come full circle from September 1 2009 to September 1 2010. And while all 52 Weeks have been posted, something didn’t quite work out with the math (which could explain why I’m in the arts and not a mathematician?). So here’s the bonus week as promised (and created with joy by my lovely daughter I have to say!). Besides, it’s only fitting to end, as begun, on my birthday.

And here are my wishes this year ~  That thought by thought, action by action, this nutty, misguided, confusing, troubled, hopeful, amazing, strange and beautiful world may become a better place for our dreams to thrive. That we all choose to participate in the unfolding of what brings us our own individual peace. That we take a bite of something good and make a delicious offering of that something to ourselves, our friends, families, neighbors, co-workers….  That we uplift and respect and care and appreciate. That we smile on one another more.  Imagine the peace that would bring! … and if it only brings peace to a few, know that within those few, the circle has already widened.

Sweet peace to all ~


Patricia Saxton

4 Comments
  • Leslie

    September 2, 2010 at 11:33 am Reply

    It is impossible to imagine words more beautifully expressed! xo

  • chris

    September 2, 2010 at 11:06 am Reply

    Happy birthday, thanks for 52 terrific interpretations of peace!

  • saxtonstudio

    September 1, 2010 at 8:37 pm Reply

    You are the dearest of dear people Debbie. Thank you for your beautifully expressed, always enthusiastic support!

  • Debbie Clement

    September 1, 2010 at 10:27 am Reply

    Oh, Pat!! Happiest of Peace-Days to you.
    You did it!! You did it!!
    What a blessing to those who will discover the entire series — in years to come, or this afternoon. A profound conclusion.
    I must say, I admire your writing, just as much as I admire your art.
    More of that, I say!! More words from Pat!!
    Congrats and happy polka-dotted cupcakes to you.
    Your daughter has very good taste to have chosen you for a momma.

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