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Love is a verb

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Since we are currently running our #TheNicestThingTour Kickstarter campaign, we thought it would be fun to share some of our Ambassador's thoughts on why kindness matters here on our blog. Today we get to hear from longtime Love Everywhere Ambassador, the lovely Tiffany Rowe!
There’s no greater action than love. Love can look like a lot of different things. It can be as extravagant as a surprise hot air balloon ride overlooking the countryside or as simple as a smile to the clerk behind the counter. Love comes in many different packages wrapped in several different ways. But no matter what the packaging looks like, "simply put, love does" (Bob Goff). It is never stationary. It doesn't stand still. It isn't a just a thought or a neatly drawn blue print. As the great theologian John Mayer once said, "Love ain't a thing, love is a verb." 
There’s physically no way to meet everyone in this lifetime, but through these hand written cards I feel as if we can become a wee bit closer by this act of love. Each story that is shared, each note that is found, is a reminder that we are all in this together; that we all need love. It’s a reminder that our words and the words of others can encourage and equip people during whatever season they may be walking through. You never know how one small act of kindness can change a person’s mood, their day, or even their life. 
Our Kickstarter is still running until 5/28/17 and we need your help to make this campaign a success! Since Kickstarter is an all-or-nothing campaign, we will only get to create our documentary about The Nicest Thing when we are 100% successfully funded. A pledge of just $15 will help us reach our goal, AND spread kindness in a massive way this summer! Check it out and support by clicking the graphic below!


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