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My campaign to #PassLove

Let’s #PassLove.

What do I mean by this?

The use of “pass” is two-fold.

In the Merriam Webster Dictionary, the following two definitions for “pass” are included.

“a :  to become approved by a legislature or body empowered to sanction or reject <the proposal passed>
b :  to undergo an inspection, test, or course of study successfully”


“a :  to cause or permit to go past or through a barrier
b :  to move or cause to move in a particular manner or direction <passed my hand over my face> <pass the rope through the loop>
c :  to cause to march or go by in order <pass the troops in review>”

We need to both pass love, as in creating a NEW law of love.  We also need to pass the love along!!

Everywhere I look, I see the lack of love.

Yesterday I spoke about #BanBossy.  In the recent past I have addressed Forgiveness, Mean Girls, One Uppers,  Giving Others Your Full Attention, and more.

All of these posts have something in common–melting away insecurity and replacing those negative emotions with love.

We need to lead by example. We can create a more positive world through love.  Through teaching compassion, kindness, and present moment awareness.  By allowing our emotions, bodies, and minds to come together for one greater purpose–to help us be more loving.

How we handle our fear, our insecurities, our doubts, our anxieties…this is how we forge a better world.  By bravely breathing in the moment, by acknowledging our weaknesses, and looking at others with kindness, full awareness, and lots of love.

I want to make the world a better place.  I feel strongly that #PassLove will help do so. Even if it’s just one person or one small moment at a time.  More love can and will make a difference.

Will you join me in the #PassLove movement?

Will you pledge to be love, share love, and receive love?

How can you be more loving? Right now?

How can we change the world through love?

Let’s join together for operation #PASSLOVE.

Are you with me?


  • Run DMT

    March 14, 2014 at 7:55 am

    I love this! Yes! I have often thought the same thing! We teach our kids to be kind and accepting and preach anti-bullying messages, but then somehow as adults, we overlook or forget that same message. People are HORRIBLE and outright mean to one another. A live in a vengeful and spiteful society full of road rage and it scares me. That will only change if more people preach to #passlove instead of hate and spite. Love this, mama! Great job!

  • Run DMT

    March 14, 2014 at 7:55 am

    And yes, I’m in!

  • Nichole @ casadecrews.com

    March 14, 2014 at 9:53 am

    I love this! I have seen a lot of ideas like this lately, as well as paying it forward…it makes me feel good to know people out there still care! <3