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  • Haley Weiss

    World Peace

  • MAISON CAPRON / Laura Capron

    “It is time to redefine power, to expand our concept of what being powerful really means. True power is love. It is not power over someone. It is everyone, all of us, standing together in a circle, building power side by side. As I build my power, I create a mirror, a reflection of power that you can use to build your power. It is not rivalry, but rather healthy competition-a world where I inspire you & you inspire me; and together we create a world of healthy, interdependent, creative people."

  • Danielle Stallings

    I usually find peace at the beach:)

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