Two Sisters on a Mission to Spread the Love. ~ Greta & Ali Hotmer

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on Mar 5, 2013
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We are two sisters on a mission to spread more love in the world.

Inspired by 26 Acts of Kindness initiated by Ann Curry after the Newtown, CT tragedy, we felt pulled to begin our own version of acts of kindness with “Love Notes.”

The idea is simple: leave a note, a quote, or a few words of inspiration in a public place, where someone—the “right” person—will find it.

We have been doing this for two months now, and the response locally and worldwide has been incredible.

Watch the video to see the beginnings of this movement:

And the beautiful response to our first Weekend of Love Notes:

Let us all be angels in action.

Let us all leave traces of love wherever we go, for each and every one of us desires more love—love for self, love for the others, and love for the world.


*We welcome you to make your own “Love Notes” or you can download our free Love Notes PDF hereWe are holding our second ‘Weekend of Love Notes’ March 16th and 17th 2013 and want everyone to join us in this global event!


Screen shot 2013-03-05 at 1.27.44 PMAli and Greta are two sisters on a mission to spread more love throughout the world! Their ying-yang energy and perspective parallels their appearance, and brings a refreshingly unique outlook to their company Twin Tree Healing, in addition to all who come in contact with them. From their weekly YouTube Channel to their Videos on Random Acts of Kindness and their workshops on a variety of spiritual concepts, Ali and Greta bring an East Coast flavor to their intuitively guided spiritual teachings.


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