The idea was, and still is, to flood the internet with good news stories at least once a month.
This is now the 10th month and I'm happy to add my name to the group of people from all around the world who are taking part.
* * * * * * * * * *We're well into the new year now, but I want to refer back to something that made the news here over Christmas. As you know, I live in Northern Ireland where years and centuries of division have made for a very conflicted community and at the moment a very fragile peace.
This story really gave me hope.
I want to give a cheer and a shout out of well done to two communities in the Ardoyne area of Belfast who for the first time in more than 40 years have come across the so called Peace Wall to have a carol service together. Lead by two children, one from each community, this is the most beautiful scene we could imagine for the end of this year of division. The British government has promised to bring down the peace walls by 2023 (there are over a hundred of them, built to keep opposing Catholic and Protestant communities apart, who live on streets that back on to each other).
"An incredible step forward, where the impossible has become possible".
The cohosts for this month's We Are The World Blogfeset are: Shilpa Garg, Simon Falk, Lynn Hallbrooks, Eric Lahti, Damyanti Biswas and Guilie Castillo.
Please take a look at their stories, or check out the Facebook link where lots of people are adding their contributions ...
Until next month I'm sending peace and love and light to your corner of the world.