Monday, December 27, 2010


Dear Angelic Blog Buddies:

As we prepare to welcome in 2011, let’s take a look at the energies of this new year and the opportunities being presented to each of us for our spiritual growth.

The number 11 is known as a mastery number. In my service with spirit and studying numerology and the significance of numbers, I have been inspired to recognize the number 11 as two “1’s” side by side.

The first one represents the one (1) of our own individual expression, ie. the I AM. For example, I am Jayne. The second one (1) represents my individual expression, i.e. I AM Jayne, recognizing my divine identity, i.e. a thought of God, I AM Jayne, a holy woman child of God.

The number 11 is the representation of the statement I AM THAT I AM. In spiritual astrology the message of the 11th House is: I KNOW. So we are experiencing the realization of knowing I AM THAT I AM.

2011 is a year of KNOWING. It is a year of knowing ourselves as God thoughts. Albert Einstein stated: I want to know God’s thoughts; everything else is detail.

Carl Sagan expressed that we are all made of star stuff.

I would like to expand that thought to personally say, 2011 is the year of recognizing we are made of God stuff.

It is a year of knowing that we are here to live our lives with consciousness. The word consciousness means: coming together with knowingness.

We are here to know it is up to us to enhance, enlighten and enrich our minds in order to align ourselves with God’s consciousness of us.

Jesus inspired us with His words: All this and more you shall do.

2011 is a year of being conscious about the more inside of each of us.

The angels have always inspired me to recognize that whenever we are stirred by seeing the number 11, i.e. on the clock 11:11 – it is our soul being stirred in recognizing our mission and purpose: to know ourselves as God created us. The first one of the number 11 is our individual self standing beside the divine perception of us.

In studying the chakras, I have always been intrigued by the seventh chakra (the chakra of the crown and top of our heads) being referred to as a ten thousand lotus petal.

I know what it means, yet it has always been a challenge to wrap my mind around all those petals(10,000 to be exact) being part of my singular head.

Well, in November of 2010, spirit gave me an opportunity to have a personal seventh chakra experience at Longwood Gardens. In short, it was a BLOOMIN’ MIND experience.

During the month of November, Longwood had on display a mammoth mum. It is known as The Thousand Bloom Chrysanthemum. In Japan it is known as Ozukuri.

The term Ozukuri refers to a technique that originated in China and expanded to Japan several hundred years ago. It refers to growing an extremely large Chrysanthemum, with a goal of producing the maximum number of flowers possible on a single plant.

The technique requires that there is only a single bloom on the end of each individual branch. None of the flowers on the sides of the branch is used. And to further complicate matters, each flower must be perfectly placed in concentric horizontal rows on a dome-shaped frame.

The largest specimen recorded in Japan had over 2,200 flowers. Only a few growers in the entire world have been able to produce a plant that large.

Longwood produced a plant with 991 blooms for 2010.

Ozukuri is a dying art form. There are only a few growers in the entire world skilled in the techniques needed to grow a Thousand Bloom.

Longwood Gardens’ team of growers is led by Yoko Arakawa, who has trained in Japan with the master chrysanthemum growers and she continues to travel to Japan to advance her understanding of this rare art form.

Longwood’s 991 bloom mum is the largest Thousand Bloom in the United States.

When Chuck and I stood before this magnificent work of art, we first were blown away by the sheer beauty of the Thousand Bloom. We were experiencing the beauty of 991 white mum blooms. And we were in awe of the accomplishment and the symmetry of the Thousand Bloom. I felt I was having a universal experience as I was looking at the Thousand Bloom. I was in awe. God has created the Universe as such a tremendous intelligent and powerful organization. There is a super symmetry in everything. And that includes us. We are here to develop a total mastery of consciousness.

As I bent down to see where the source mum plant was, I felt an energy running up the back of my spine, to the base of my neck and then radiating through my head to my crown chakra. I was having a mirroring experience from the Thousand Bloom. The mum was speaking to me and saying, “See me and you see yourself.”

I then realized that the individual blooms were very symbolic of all the universes that exist within my mind. There are worlds within worlds inside of each of us waiting to be discovered and explored.

God has given me a mind that through my own efforts I can tend to just as Yoko tends to Longwood’s Thousand Bloom.

I was reminded of the lyrics of one of my favorite songs, “It’s in every one of us.”

It’s in every one of us to be wise
Open up your heart
Open up both your eyes

2011 is a year of embracing the divine identity that we are wise men and wise women.
It is a year to practice being vigilant with our thoughts; a year to pay attention to what thoughts our minds are having and when needed, change our thoughts and thinking.

Dr. Pillai of the Mind Science Institute says that ignorant behavior of cells is due to the ignorant mind. Once mind consciousness becomes more intelligent, there will be no room for diseases in the body or diseases in the mind.

We are being inspired to think beyond ourselves. To stretch ourselves with wisdom that enlightens us; enhances us; enriches our lives.

Always be asking yourself, whose thoughts are you thinking? A lot of times we just run our minds on programmed thinking, and the program isn’t our program and most certainly isn’t a divine program.

Just as you change your TV when you come upon a program you don’t want to watch, don’t hesitate to change your thoughts to positive, uplifting and inspiring thoughts.

2011 is a commitment year. Commit to changing your life for the better. Commit to thinking thoughts that are worthwhile thinking. Too often we are committed to non-commitment. I love the fact that the group COMMITTED just won the top prize on the TV show SING OFF.

Commitment is the key to conscious thinking. As we focus on being conscious thinkers, we realize that we do a lot of “junk thinking”. 2011 is the year to practice feng shui on our minds. Let’s release the clutter and the junk thinking.

As we raise our vibration by being committed to living a life that is filled with choices and chances in our thoughts and thinking that support our life enhancement and spiritual growth, we are aligning ourselves more closer to what is being called the God Particle Mind. The God Particle Mind is the essence of energy of infinite possibility; infinite potential.

There’s a lot of speculation about the future, in particular 2012. We are creating the future by our actions in the now. Be alert in every moment and live each moment fully and abundantly. As I wrote in Commune with the Angels, don’t worry about tomorrow; God is already there. Live fully and abundantly in the now.

As many of you know from your studies of abundance consciousness, poverty won’t change until the state of the mind changes. Statements such as “Believe it and you will see it” convey this wisdom.

When we choose to stay stuck in old programs or old thinking, we are choosing to vibrate at a low level. Through chants, affirmations, decrees, we can shift ourselves into vibrating at higher levels. I’ve shared in other newsletters and blogs that in Peter Pan, Peter teaches Wendy, Michael and John to fly by thinking lovely thoughts.

2011 is a year of mastery consciousness. We are conscious of the power within us and we own our power. We are the guardians and stewards of our own personal, God-given power. The greatest gift is the power of free will.

The mind has the ability to manifest anything it wants. We are here to live our lives choosing to be responsible and powerful.

Our true wealth is our consciousness.

There’s a beautiful Biblical verse (John 15:7)

“If you abide in me, and my words abide in you, ask whatever you will, and it shall be done for you.”

God is inspiring us to remember that if we are willing and choose to abide and be in oneness with God’s consciousness; and know that God’s thoughts abide in us – because we are truly God thoughts – then whatever we ask will be accomplished.

There is really only one mind. It is God’s mind that perceived and conceived all of us. When we choose not to align ourselves with God’s mind, and have non-abundant thoughts, I refer to that as “being out of our Divine Mind.” You are either in your bloomin’ mind or out of it. The choice is yours to make.

I have always loved the Bible’s reference to the healing waters of the pools of Bethesda Temple. The name Bethesda means house of healing. “The angel descended into the pool and troubled waters and healing took place.”

An angel of God would descend into the pool and would heal the waters and all those who got into the pool were healed.

I have come to recognize that the pool could very well be symbolic for our minds. Sometimes our minds feel like a pool of troubled waters. Have you had moments where you felt you were drowning in your worries and fears?

I have always shared that the spiritual path is not for whimps. It takes dedication and commitment and we need to show up for our lives. I encourage people to get a life and preferably get your own life.

2011 is a year of changing negative habits and negative thinking for good; and to expand upon that statement: the changes are for goodness sake.

In his booklet, The Law of Financial Success, Edward C. Beals writes:

“If you have to walk over a field or through a forest, you know how natural it is for you to choose the clearest path in preference to the less worn ones, and greatly in preference to stepping out across the field or through the woods and making a new path.”

This is true for our thinking as well. We take the path of least resistance; we keep thinking the same old thoughts and following the same old thought patterns because it’s easier.

2011 is the year of blazing new brain trails and mind paths that support ourselves through all that enriches us, enhances our lives and enlightens us to be conscious of ourselves as children of God. John Randolph Price used the term: Super Beings.

Don’t you think it is interesting how many movies and TV shows are about super heroes?

It’s time to embrace our divine identities and embrace all the gifts God has given us to discover within ourselves. “Ye are gods; be ye transformed.”

2011 is a year to live our lives with a conviction to releasing outdated thinking with new thought patterns. And it will take us rolling up our sleeves and being vigilant.

The old path and/or old thinking are not options in 2011. This is a year of brain illumination. Keep the commitment, the focus, the light on your mind, brain power, thoughts and thinking.

Whenever a negative thought tries to sneak back in; change the thought immediately and stay focused on the positive.

Energize yourself with people who are inspiring. Just as you charge batteries – charge yourself with books, movies, groups, etc. that support your conviction and determination to be the fullness of mastery consciousness.

I receive inspiration from spirit, because it is my service to share what I receive so that like the angels, I can be a inspirational cheerleader to you.

Recently I had a profound experience that was an epiphany for me personally. Because of this event, I am now personally calling 2011 the EPIPHANY YEAR.

Epiphany comes from ancient Greek and means manifestation. It is the sudden realization or comprehension of the larger essence or significant meaning of something.

2011 is going to be a year of manifestation of miracles.

In the Christian faith, it is celebrated as the date the Magi found the Christ Child. In Eastern Orthodox Christian Churches it is called the Feast of Theophany which translates to “God shining forth” or “divine manifestation.”

I would like to interject again my calling 2011 as the EPIPHANY YEAR. It is the year of God shining forth and divine manifestation in our lives.

I have always loved all those who witnessed Christ’s birth, i.e. shepherds, Wise Men, animals in the manger. I learned about them in Sunday School. Would you believe that my childhood church was: Boring United Methodist Church. I once told someone that and they thought “Boring” was an adjective. They said to me, “I am so sorry your church was boring.” Isn’t that a hoot?

I loved that my parents had a nativity scene in our home. It was as if the cast of characters were living in our living room. They were plastic; living in a cardboard manger on top of our television set.

I especially love the Magi and whenever I am at a flea market and see any orphaned nativity members, I buy them. I no longer have 3 wise men; I have more of an assembly of wise men. So the song’s lyrics would have to be changed from “We 3 Kings” to “We 20 Kings of Orient are…”

As you know the Wise Men brought the Christ child gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh.

A few months ago, I was teaching an anointing class and I couldn’t get the myrrh bottle to open. No one could. I said, “Well, myrrh is keeping to itself and doesn’t want to come out at this time. There’s something going on with myrrh.”

A few month later, I would have the opportunity to personally experience a traveling icon known as the Myrrh-steaming Mother Of God. The icon of Mary wasn’t crying myrrh; Mary was blasting it out of the art. It was an incredible experience.

Myrrh is an anointing oil used for new-born babies. I believe the Divine Mother is showering us with myrrh because we are re-birthing ourselves into divine consciousness. She is assisting our birthing.

During this same time period, a good friend of mine, Kimberley Kling who has the website: – was inspired by the angels to send me an essence she had created with spirit called: Gift of the Magi.

A few years back I led a spiritual tour where participants took a riverboat cruise on the Danube River and we stopped at Cologne Cathedral, where relics of the Magi are on display. The most celebrated work of art in the cathedral is the Sarcophagus of the Magi, a large gilded sarcophagus dating from the 13th century, and the largest reliquary in the western world. For years, people have made pilgrimages to this cathedral to be near the relics of the Mwho had been near to Christ right after his birth. The cathedral is often called the Church of the Three Kings.

I’ve shared in classes the spiritual feng shui practice (which originated in the Catholic Church) of taking chalk and writing above or near your front door the letters that stand for the initials of the Magi traditionally named Caspar, Melchoir, and Balthasar.

The letters also represent the words: Christus Mansionem Benedicat which translates into “May Christ bless this house.”

I love this ritual because it is welcoming the Christ Consciousness to our homes and with the initials of the Wise Men, for me it is saying to God, “May your wisdom come to visit me and find Christ here in my house.”

On Christmas Eve I was watching Nightline, and there was a feature story about Brent Landau’s new book: Revelation of the Magi: The Lost Tale of the Wise Men’s Journey to Bethlehem.

I wish I could share his exact words; however, I was in sheer bliss and Jayne joy energy over one more Magi blessing. There is no coincidence that just as we are embarking on the glorious Epiphany Year a new book is released about the Magi.

The book is the first-ever English translation of the story of the Magi. Landau, a scholar of ancient Biblical languages, discovered a document while doing research at the Vatican Library. Ignored or neglected by contemporary scholars the story was written in Syriac, a language spoke by ancient Christians in the Middle East and Asia.

I haven’t received my copy from Amazon yet; however Marvin Meyer, author of Gospels of Mary wrote:

“The fascinating story of the Wise Men from the East who came to see baby Jesus is presented, for the first time in English, in a remarkable new version based on an ancient Syrian text, and the result is a tale that is astonishing, delightful and theologically sophisticated.”

Through this translation, we get to know the Magi at the same time spirit is inspiring us to know ourselves as Magi – wise men and wise women.

We find the word magi in “imagination” and also in “magician”. The origin of the word is magh and means: “to be able to; to have power.”

Remember again, Christ’s words: All this and more you shall do.

We are being inspired by spirit to be conscious that we are able to be super beings in bold ways and quiet ways. We do have the power to experience mastery consciousness in our lives on a daily basis.

Know that I am wrapping each and everyone one of you in love and blessings for the new year – 2011 – a year of embracing our Magi essence. 2011 – a year of Consciousness Mastery. Enhance, Enrich, Enlighten your wonderful BLOOMIN’ MIND.

Love in Abundance, Jayne
Jayne Howard Feldman

Sunday, December 19, 2010


Dear Angelic Blog Buddies:

Angelic blessings of peace to everyone.

I'm writing this blog as one year ends and a new year is just about to begin.

As we look forward together to 2011, I'd like to share an Assisi Assignment with you.

In Assisi, Italy, many of the homes have a lovely decorated ceramic tile at the doorway of their homes. The words printed on the tile are either



PACE E BENE (Italian)

The translation for both is: Peace and well-being; peace and goodness.

I'm encouraging you to have somewhere near the entrance of your home the Italian, Latin or even English words which mean: Peace and well-being.

May this new year be a year of peace and well-being for all of us.

This blessing carries the energy, essence and goodness of St. Francis who was born in Assisi and is known as St. Francis of Assisi. St. Francis was a messenger of peace and the way he walked his talk throughout his life was the embodiment of living the prayer of peace and well-being for all; a prayer for all of God's creatures - human and animals alike.

The Dali Lama is a St. Francis of our times. I want to share a statement of the Dali Lama that equally expresses the blessing of peace and well-being for all. His words are: Calm abiding.

May 2011 be a year in which all of us experience calm abiding in our lives. May calm come into our lives and abide with us throughout the year.

During the Christmas season, I find great solace and calmness in meditating upon the nativity scene. My parents were humble farmers and so we didn't have a lot of Christmas decorations. One decoration that I absolutely adored in my childhood (and now is at Angel Heights) was the cardboard nativity and plastic figures of the Christmas story's cast that were placed in my family's livingroom. I think my folks purchased it at Ben Franklin's Five and Dime Store.

After learning about sweet baby Jesus, Mary, Joseph, angels, the shepherds and Wise Men in Sunday School, I loved seeing the Bible's words come to life as figurines each Christmas. The little plastic figures were retrieved annually from a box in the attic and graced our lives during the holiday season.

The love of the nativity scene has stayed with me my entire life; so much so that whenever I travel to another country I purchase a creche from that country. I have my own collection of creches that comes out as part of our Christmas decorations. I want to share that The National Cathedral in Washington, DC shares an awesome exhibit of international creches every holiday season.

I've shared with friends that I have embellished somewhat on the original nativity scene. I love animals. I was delighted one year to find Walmart had plastic chickens available for nativities. One of my girlfriends gave me a Native American nativity which includes horses, buffalo and bear,

Because of my love for the nativity, I researched the origin of our having nativity sets in our homes and live nativities at our churches. I found that it originated with none other than St. Francis.

It is known as The Greccio Experience. St. Francis was of course devoted to Christ and loved the Christmas story. He especially loved that Jesus' birth experience occured in a humble manger with animals surrounding Jesus.

Greccio is a very little town nestled in the Umbria region of Italy. It was a place that St. Francis loved to go to pray. St. Francis, in fact, had a cave in the mountains of Greccio where he went for prayer and meditation. Many of his friars frequented caves in the areas as well. Eventually one of the caves would become a chapel.

St. Francis was known and loved by so many people and some of them were quite wealthy. St. Francis made a request of one of those very rich individuals to help him in building a stable on the side of the mountain of Greccio. The stable was to be located near to the chapel cave. Then St. Francis asked his wealthy friend's assistance in building a manger and obtaing for him an ox and donkey and lots and lots of hay and straw. St. Francis wanted the ox and donkey because an ox and donkey were there at Christ's birth.

This was the year of 1223. There were no televisions to watch, or computers to sit in front of. No I-Pads or I-Phones. So as a stable and manger are being built, news is spreading that something special is happening on the mountain. People were very, very curious about what St. Francis was up to.

On Christmas Eve in December, 1223, St. Francis told all of his friars to meet him after dark at the base of the mountain. I need to share that the Christmas Eve of December, 1223 was actually Christmas Day to the Franciscans. For us, a new day begins at 12:01 am. However, in 1223 a new day began when the sun set. So after the sunset on December 24th, 1223 it was officially Christmas Day, December 25th.

The friars gathered at the foot of the mountain with torches lite and the people of the surrounding communities joined with them in anticipation. Some biographers say there were hundreds of people in attendance; some say thousands.

The friars passed the fire and light of their torches to the villagers' torches. In an essence, a candlelight procession was created up the mountainside.

There were numerous paths up the mountainside and the paths were filled with people carrying lighted torches shining in the darkness. Biographers reported that there was so much light on the mountain it appeared to be daylight; others wrote that it appeared that the mountain was on fire.

St. Francis took his torch and walked very slowly and deliberately up the path to the nativity scene. He had arranged for two people to play the roles of Mary and Joseph and had a handsewn cloth doll as baby Jesus in the manger.

As St. Francis made his pilgrimage to the manger, he sang mass hymns. In addition, since Francis had been known for his troubadour abilities as a young man, Francis also sang words praising Jesus that he sang to the music of secular songs known by the local residents.

Many of you are familiar with the lyrics of the hymn sung in churches: "We gather together to ask the Lord's blessing." The tune is actually a tavern song with the original words, "I once had a girl and her name was Matilda."

I love sharing with people that God knows how to work a room; and in this case, how to work the mountain. It just so happened that there were actual shepherds on the mountainside that very evening with a flock of sheep. They saw the torches of light coming up the pathways and were intrigued. So they moved themselves and their sheep closer to the manger scene so they, too, could see what was happening. I have a sense there were a multitude of angels in attendance, too.

The people walked, sang, prayed, and experienced the magic of the first live nativity. Just imagine yourself being part of the procession up the mountainside.

They felt the spirit of God within them as they literally moved themselves closer to the Christ child. Each of them was experiencing a personal pilgrimage to a sacred spiritual experience.

Francis was not a priest. He could not offer mass. He did, however, have a priest who did offer mass for everyone. By the time they arrived at the manger scene it was midnight. It was the first midnight mass. Francis was a deacon. He could read Scripture and offer the homily as well. That evening Francis sang the Scripture. He was known for his beautiful voice. He sang with his heart, soul and love of Christ.

His homily shared his enthusiasm for the celebration of Jesus' birth. His dream of creating the actual nativity experience had been fulfilled. He wanted people to be able to see with their very own eyes the birth of Christ and he had done that for the friars and hundreds (thousands) of people in attendance.

At that point in the service, St. Francis picked up the handsewn doll and held the baby Jesus close to his heart. Biographers have written that people in attendance who were close to the manger saw the doll's eyes become real. Many witnessed St. Francis actually holding baby Jesus in his arms.

In addition to the ox and donkey. Francis had had the manger filled with lots of hay and straw. Straw is used for bedding for animals; hay is used as food for animals.

After the service, people wanted something to remember the event by and so people grabbed up the hay and the straw as a memento of the special evening (some things never change, right?). There are legends that people fed the hay to sick animals they owned and the animals were healed. The hay was also placed on top of the bodies sick people, especially women who were especially challenging pregnancies, and these people, too, were healed.

In sharing this story, someone told me that a part of their Italian heritage is to place a little hay in their wallet - hay from the nativity scene - so that during the year ahead their finances are blessed by Christ and the hay also reminds them, whenever they open their wallet, what true riches really are; where all good gifts come from.

Additionally, someone shared that it was her family tradition during the month of December that whenever a child in the family did a good deed, it was rewarded by the individual being given hay to place in the family nativity manger. The children witnessed their good deeds making baby Jesus' bed softer. She indicated that on Christmas morning, the manger which had been empty throughout the month was now placed underneath the Christmas tree with baby Jesus in the manger. Jesus was there to remind the children what the ultimate Christmas present really is.

Here we are in December, 2010 and we are still keeping the traditions that St. Francis originated: midnight mass; candelight processions; singing Christmas carols; live nativity scenes. St. Francis is also credited with being the first to stage a Renaissance drama. It all started on the mountainside of Greccio. It all started with love in the heart of St. Francis.

I'd like to close my blog by sharing a prayer that St. Francis prayed. It is called "Prayer for Enlightenment".

Most high,
glorious God,
enlighten the darkness of my heart
and give me, Lord,
a correct faith,
a certain hope
a perfect charity,
sense and knowledge
so that I may carry out Your holy
and true command.*

Angelic Blessings of peace and well-being to you.
Love, Jayne

*The words of the Great commandment teach us to love God with your heart, soul, body, mind, strength.

Addendum to PAX ET BONUM Blog

Here's blessing of PAX ET BONUM in a number of translations:

Vrede en alles wat goed is! (Afrikaans)

Paqes dhe të gjithë të mirë (Albanian)

السلام و كل خير (Arabic)

Xanti aru sob Bhaal (Axomiya)

Peoc'h ha madelezh! (Breton)

Мир и всичко добро! (Bulgarian)

Pau i Be! (Catalonian)

平安幸福! (Chinese tr.)

Mir i dobro! (Croatian)

Pokoj a dobro! (Czech)

Fred og alt godt! (Danish)

Vrede en alle goeds! (Dutch)

Vrede en al het goede (Dutch, alternative)

Peace and all good! (English, USA/UK)

Peace and all goodness! (English, USA, alternative)

Pacon kaj ĉiu bonon (Esperanto)

Bakea eta ongia! (Euskera-Basque)

Rauhaa ja kaikkea hyvää! (Finnish)

Paix et bonheur! (French)

Paz e ben! (Galician)

Friede und alles Gute! (German)

Freden un all Good! (German, Plattdeutsch)

Eirini kai Kalo! (Greek)

Eirene kai agatha! (old Greek)

Ka maluhia a me ka maika'i wale nō! (Hawaiian)

Shalom v'kol tuv! (Hebrew)

Shanti aur shubh kaamnaa (Hindi)

Frere un hääl (Hinner-pälzisch)

Áldás, békesseg! (Hungarian)

Damai Dan Segala Yang Baik (Indonesia / Bahasa Indonesian)

Siochan agus maitheas! (Irish)

Pace e bene! (Italian)

Shanti matthu Summanisina Hosathana (Kannada, India)

Samaadan aani Boremponn (Konkanni, India)

平和と善 (Japanese)

평화와 선 (Pyeonghwa wa Suhn) (Korean)

ئاشتى و هه موو باشية ك (Kurdish)

Pax et bonum! (Latin)

Paċi u risq! (Maltese)

Fred og alt godt! (Norwegian)

Pokój i dobro! (Polish)

Paz e Bem ! (Portuguese)

Pacea si Binele! (Romanian)

Мира и добра! (Russian)

Мир і добрo! (Serbian)

Runyararo ne Kunaka! (Shona)

Paci e bonu (Sicilian)

Pokoj a dobro! (Slovak)

Mir in dobro! (Slovenian)

¡Paz y bien! (Spanish)

Amani na mema yote! (Swahili)

Fred och allt gott ! (Swedish)

Kapayapaan at kabutihan! (Tagalog, Philippines)

அமைதியும் அனைத்து நன்மையும் (Tamil, Tamilnadu)

Samathanamum nallathum (Tamil, Sri Lanka)

Shanti mariyu shubhamu (Telugu, India)

Dame Dohot Sude Na Denggan (Toba-batak, Sumatra, Indonesia)

Huzur ve iyilik üstüne olsun! (Turkish)

Мир і всього добра! (Ukrainian)

Kaane Wöön und ollas Guade! (Viennese)

Bình An và Thiện Hảo (Vietnamese)

Jamm ak lu bax rek (Wolof)