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The Art of Love Tour Transferring Love thru Art 2017

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The Art of Love Tour Transferring Love thru Art 2017

Bella Lane
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ATLANTA, GA – January 17, 2017:

The Art of Love Tour (AOLT) has launched its debut and timely campaign “Choose Love Not Hate.” The message is in the name. The movement’s foundation is entrenched in the core belief that Love is the answer and that at the core of every human being is the desire to love and be loved.

The campaign was birthed shortly after the New Year in response to an authentic conversation between three women who represent three different generations. The dialogue concluded with one unanimous truth, we are all in this together. What one does, always affects the other. It is no longer satisfactory to have pity on those who disseminate hate, it is our duty to stand up in love in spite of it. What the world has become is no one persons fault, we are all to take responsibility. So the question that came out of that meeting was simple, what will you and I do to make our world a better place?

The creators of the Art of Love Tour believe there is more Love than hate in this world. The “Choose Love, Not Hate” campaign is designed to bring awareness to the beauty of our world and the people in it. Whatever we promote will become the majority.
As one of the most powerful pillars of influence, we are asking for you, the media, to help spread this message of unity. We can’t reach the majority without people like you.

Please join us in the “Choose Love Not Hate” campaign by promoting and signing the Love pledge below:

I pledge to live my life through love.
I will Love myself and others, above all else.
I will show Love through my words and actions.
I will be an example of Love for others to follow.
I believe Love is a human privilege.
I believe it is my duty to share Love and receive it.
And together we will change the world.
Sign the Love Pledge with us here –

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