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Solutions to Poverty, Bono TEDTalk

In this video Bono the lead singer of U2 gives us some great solutions to poverty. Factivists is an interesting term used by Bono and the people of the one.org to describe people who use facts and data to help solve social problems. The current problem Bono and his factivists are solving is and create [...]

By | April 8th, 2013|Inspirational Stories|0 Comments

Listen More, Talk Less

“Listen or Your Tongue Will Make you Deaf” – Old Native America Proverb Listen, I have one really important question to ask you. When was the last time you really listened to someone talk.? I’m talking about giving them your undivided attention when you were not forced to. I did not realize how important listening [...]

By | April 3rd, 2013|Inspirational Stories|0 Comments

Yoga Love, with Judith Secanell

I was born in the world of gymnastics, dance and performance and have always been connected to my body physically and emotionally. I studied a 200 hour course of Vinyasa Yoga at the New York based “Three Sisters Yoga School”and recently graduated under the guidance of Jen Whinnen Vinyasa Style. I am now a certified [...]

By | March 31st, 2013|Inspirational Stories|2 Comments

Intentions, They are Everything

Intentions are the fuel to your action, you must love with intent, live with intent, develop your fitness with intent,  and if you don’t set to accomplish your goals with intent then I can guarantee you that you will not accomplish them. I was watching a documentary about Mike Tyson where he said,“Every punch I [...]

By | March 26th, 2013|Inspirational Stories|0 Comments

Frida Kahlo Paintings, 50 Best Artworks

“Feet, what do I need you for when I have wings to fly?” – Frida Kahlo. Frida Kahlo paintings are beautiful and Frida is one of my favorite painters. She is a Mexican surrealist painter whose paintings reflect the pain and struggles of her life. As a strong woman Frida was known to freely expresses [...]

By | March 25th, 2013|Inspirational Stories|0 Comments

The Art of Fitness

The Art of Fitness can be seen not in the results of a lean chiseled body, but in the time it took you to prepare for your lifts, the care that it took to plan your program, the discipline you use to stay on your diet, the passion you but into every rep and the pride you [...]

By | March 20th, 2013|Inspirational Stories|1 Comment

We Won The Shorty Award for Sustainability

We won the Shorty Awards in the Community Category of Sustainability. The Shorty Awards is an annual award that honors the best companies, people and brands using Social Media in various categories. Thanks you so much for everyone who voted for us. You have helped us accomplish a major goal in winning an award that [...]

By | March 19th, 2013|Inspirational Stories|0 Comments

Kelp and Baby Arugula Recipe

Kelp and Baby Arugula Noodle Salad Kelp and baby Arugula are very tasty and when I say, “Under the Sea!” I’m not referring to the Little Mermaid. Instead that’s the answer to where some of the best vegetables on the planet are found. Sea vegetables are great to incorporate into your food regimen. Dulse, arame, wakame, [...]

By | March 17th, 2013|Inspirational Stories|0 Comments

Functional Fitness, Exercise for Everyday Life

Functional Fitness Functional Fitness is what fitness should be about. When I was personal training at Equinox on Wall st in New York City many of my clients were wealthy in material things but were well below the poverty level in terms of their health. They took cabs every where but could not walk a [...]

By | March 11th, 2013|Inspirational Stories|1 Comment

Vincent van Gogh Paintings, 50 Best Art Works

Vincent van Gogh, Self-portrait with Straw Hat   Vincent van Gogh paintings are extraordinary. I write about a lot of artists because art touches the soul and inspires people to yearn to be better. Art expands your mind taking you to places and perspectives you would never dream of. SpreadLove.org is all about teach you [...]

By | March 8th, 2013|Inspirational Stories|1 Comment