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We’re All In This Together: Love Always Wins


One love, one heart…We are one in Love✊ – no matter what the media or society says we were all created by God in His image and He has the last say. With all that’s going on in the world today sometimes we might ask…ummm where’s the love? It’s okay to cry, to address our hurt and feelings, to have discussions and even protests and take action against injustice – but always remember that this fight is multifaceted. When we see that the biggest fight is Light vs. darkness, Good vs. evil and take action on every front then #lovewins.

All throughout history darkness and fear tries to divide us by race, gender and differences but we are stronger together for our battle is not against people, flesh and blood but it’s in the spiritual realm. “There is no us vs them. There is only ALL OF US. We’re all in.” – Glennon Doyle Melton

Maybe Bob Marley said it best in his song:
One love, (What about the one heart)
One heart, (What about love)
Let’s get together and feel all right
As it was in the beginning (One love)
So shall it be in the end (One heart)
Alright, “Let’s give thanks and praise to the Lord and I will feel all right.”

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Still Into You: Ashley Tisdale and Her Husband’s Adorable Duet

You’ll get all the feels watching Ashley Tisdale and her husband Chris French sing a cover of the song “Still Into You.” Warning: this video is extremely sweet and inspiring, you can definitely feel the love!

Finally, some music! Here I am with my husband and BFF Mr. Chris French performing a music cover of one of my fav songs by Paramore “Still Into You”! Comment what other songs you want me to do!

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DareDreamer Profile: Austin Gutwein Shoots Hoops of Hope


“People think that kids can’t make a difference and that they should wait until they are older but that’s totally wrong…” – Austin Gutwein

Austin Gutwein show that you’re never too young to make a difference and serve others. Check out his story below of how he is helping those affected by AIDS in Africa, one hoop at a time through his organization Hoops of Hope:

Watch the story of how Hoops of Hope began below:

More About Hoops of Hope

Hoops of Hope is the biggest basketball shoot-a-thon in the world, much like a walk-a-thon, but more fun! You can join thousands of participants and teams from around the world that shoot free throws for children in need. Every dollar raised will go directly to the project you select to help these children. Every free throw will literally help keep children from becoming orphans.

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Jillian Jensen Shares Her Story of Facing Bullying on X Factor & Inspires Us Singing Who You Are & Little Things

One of the most touching moments this season of X Factor was when 20-year-old Jillian Jensen gave her moving version of the song “Who You Are.” Jillian shared her heart and emotional story of facing bullying in high school and related to Demi Lovato’s experiences and motto “Stay Strong.”

While watching her performance Demi and so many viewers could relate to her hurt and were brought to tears (I found myself with tears streaming down my face too relating to her story of being bullied); watch it below to be inspired:

Jillian has been sparking a #StopHateStartLove movement to create awareness of the reality that words and actions can and do hurt – spread the love! Join her on Twitter at @ItsJillianJensen, at her Facebook page and on Youtube. Keep following your dreams Jillian and inspiring young people to be bravely themselves!

Watch a recent cover from Jillian, singing “Little Things” by One Direction

Jillian says about the song: “I did a quick cover of ‘Little Things’ by One Direction not only because I love the song, but I think the message is absolutely beautiful…we are all different for a purpose and it is the combination of our strengths and flaws that make us all beautiful…I love you all so much…you are all unique and special.”

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When You See Her – Show Some Love

This February we launched the Show Some Love Project, to encourage you to reach out to those around you who may be hurting – your care and love and heal a heart and save a life

You see her in the corner sitting quietly in the back of the classroom as everyone chatters away, she’s staring down at her books to pretend she’s occupied when really she just wants it to swallow her up; she just wants to disappear. Some might take her expressionless, tense face as a little snooty a little off-putting, but really she is scared. She tries not to draw attention but even when silent somehow she draws in mean girls like flies.

At lunch time she doesn’t want to face them, and their jeering so she heads to the empty stairwell to eat her sandwich, alone.

Sometimes she locks herself in a bathroom stall, her forehead against the cold wall, tears streaming down her face. She doesn’t dare look up at the scribbling on the painted brick for fear that her name could be scrawled there.

She might be shy, might be new, a little lost and awkward maybe but she definitely needs a friend. She might be at your school, in your class, on your bus ride home.

If you got to know her you’d find that she likes to laugh, loves that show you watch, you’d see there’s more to her then meets the eye. If you would only meet her eyes, smile and introduce yourself you might be surprised. If only…

But for now she sits alone. Her face may not say it but inside she’s longing for someone, someone to notice, wishing someone would take the time to see her, to really see her, say hi and show her some love.

How do I know? Because she was once me.

Show some love today – you never know what effect your words and kindness can have on someone who is hurting.

– Julene, Editor of Dreamer

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