Alex Silver-Fagan, CityRow / SOLACE NEW YORK
We are human beings. We breathe, we feel, we cry, we laugh, we play, we connect, we love. It doesn’t matter where you’ve come from, what color your skin is, or your gender, we are all human beings and we all feel the same things. Love is a gift and we should all be allowed to love freely, each and every day. Love is Love and no one has the right to stop it.
A narrow definition of love simply doesn’t exist. Love is all encompassing. When you love someone, you love them for all of the little things that you’d never want to change. You love them even when you’re angry. You love them even when you don’t agree. You love unconditionally. No matter what. There is no narrow definition of love. Love is love
Kenny Santucci, SOLACE NEW YORK
You can heal the world through fitness. If people were more happy with themselves and focused on themselves rather then other people, we would have less envy and jealousy — both of which lead to hate.
Nina Marchione, SOLACE NEW YORK
Each of us has the power to choose how we're going to affect this world. Remember that everyone wants to feel loved and accepted, and try to live with compassion for others and keep an open mind. The more people feel accepted, the less hate and violence there will be. We are one.