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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

International Day of Peace ~ May Peace Prevail ~

Fridden, Luxemburgish ~ Der Frieden, German ~La Paix, French ~Achukma, Choctaw ~Mír Bosnian, Bulgarian, Byelorussian, Croatian, Czech, Russian, Serbian, Slovene, Ukrainian ~Shalom, Hebrew ~ Heiwa, Japanese ~Salam, Arabic ~ La Paz, Spanish ~ La Pace Italian ~ Peace, English ~ A Paz Galician, Portuguese ~ Alaáfía, Yoruba ~ Amaithi, Tamil ~Amaní, Swahili ~Aman Malay, Urdu ~ Amniat, Pashto ~ Ashtee, Farsi ~ Asomdwee, Twi-Akan ~ Aylobaha, Gafuleya Chontal ~ Bake, Basque ~ Barish, Turkish ~ Béke, Hungarian ~ Boóto, Mongo-Nkundu ~Búdech, Palauan ~ Chibanda, Ila ~ Däilama, Sa'a ~ Damai, Indonesian Diakatra, Maranao ~ Dodolimdag, Papago/Pima ~ eace-pay, Pig Latin ~ Echnahcaton, Munsterian ~ Ets'a'an Olal, Maya ~ 'Éyewi Nez, Perce ~ Fandriampahalemana, Malgache Filemu, Samoan ~Fois Scots, Gaelic ~ Fred Danish, Norwegian, Swedish ~ Friður ,Icelandic ~ Goom-jigi, Buli ~ Gúnnammwey, Carolinian ~ Hasîtî, Kurdish ~ Hau, Tahitian ~ Hedd, Welsh Hmethó, Otomi ~ Hoa Bình, Vietnamese ~ Ilifayka, Koasati ~ Innaihtsi'iyi, Blackfoot ~ Iri'ni, Greek ~ Írq, Amharic ~ Ittimokla, Alabama ~ Kagiso, Setswana ~ Kalilíntad, Magindanaon Kapayapaan, Tagalog Filipino ~ K'é, Navajo ~Kev Thajyeeb Nyab Xeeb Hmong Daw ~ Khanhaghutyun, Armenian ~ Khotso, Sesotho ~ Kiñuiñak, Northwest Alaska Inupiat Inuktitut Kiba-kiba, Rapanui ~ Kunammwey, Chuuk ~ Kupia Kumi Laka Miskito ~ Kutula, Fanagolo 'Kwam, Sa Lao ~ La Paqe, Albanian ~ La Patz, Aranés ~ La Pau, Catalán ~ Lapé Haitian, Creole ~ Layéni, Zapoteco ~ Li-k'ei, Tlingit ~ Linew, Manobo ~ Lùmana, Hausa ~ Mabuhay, Tagalog ~ Maluhia, Hawaiian ~ Meleilei, Ponapean ~ Melino, Tonga ~ Miers, Latvian Mina, Wintu ~ Mtendere Chewa, Nyanja ~ Muka-muka, Ekari ~ Musango, Duala ~ Mutenden, Bemba ~ Nabad -Da, Somali ~ Nanna Ayya Chickasaw ~ Ñerane'i, Guaraní ~ Nimuhóre, Ruanda ~ Nirudho, Pali ~ Nye, Ntomba ~ Olakamigenoka, Abenaqui ~ Paçi, Maltese ~ Paco, Esperanto ~ Pax, Latin ~ Pingan, Chinese ~ Pokój , Polish, Slovak ~ Pyong'hwa, Korean ~Rahu, Estonian ~ Rangima'arie, Maori ~ Rauha, Finnish ~ Rerdamaian, Indonesian ~ Rukun, Javanese ~ Saanti, Nepali ~ Sai Gaai Òh Pìhng Yue ~ Santipap, Thai ~ Saq, Uighur ~ Shîte, Tibetan ~ Shanti Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Telugu ~ Sholim, Yiddish ~ Síocháin, Irish ~ Sìth, Gaelic ~Soksang, Khmer ~ Solh Dari, Persian ~ Sonqo, Tiaykuy Quechua ~ Sulh, Turkish ~ Taika, Lithuainian ~ Tecócatú ,Nhengatu ~ Thayu, Gikuyu ~ Tsumukikatu, Comanche ~ Tuktuquil, Usilal Kékchí ~ Tutkiun, North Alaska Inuktitut ~ Udo, Igbo Ukuthula, Zulu ~ Uvchin, Mapudungun ~ Uxolo, Xhosa ~ Vrede Afrikaans, Dutch ~ Wâki Ijiwebis-I, Algonquin ~ Wetaskiwin, Cree ~ Wolakota, Lakhota ~ Wôntôkóde, Micmac ~ Wo'okeyeh, Sioux

Click on the photo to be taken to the International Day of Peace Website.

2 comments:

Annie said...

Hey!
Happy Peace Day!
Let's get together for peace!

Have you heard about Peace One Day - www.peaceoneday.org ?This is the organisation ,that had done everything they could to convince the UN to accept the international peace day!

Here you should definitely read their story and enjoy the celebration concert:

http://peaceoneday.theconcertchannel.eu/Landing.aspx

Scriptor Senex said...

A meaningful - and useful - post, thankyou?