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Celebrating Female Heroes: The Gulabi Gang

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Celebrating Female Heroes: The Gulabi Gang

In honor of International Women's Day, we wanted to celebrate some of our personal female heroes, namely a group of pink-wearing, bamboo-stick-wielding women warriors from Uttar Pradesh, India.

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I love you, rice! Positivity Experiment

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I love you, rice! Positivity Experiment

We may not always notice it, but the words we say, and the thoughts we think, tend to influence us in some way or another. They can affect our mood, how we treat others, and how our day goes - whether for the better, or for the worse, it's up to us.

We wanted to find out if we would be able to visibly see the power of positive versus negative words, so we decided to recreate Dr. Emoto's famous rice experiment for ourselves and see what would happen.

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Become a Rice Love Advocate

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Become a Rice Love Advocate

As a Rice Love Advocate, you will be part of the movement to end hunger. You will be advocating for the cause, supporting the movement, and pleading in the behalf of hungry families in India and around the world. 

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7 Most Romantic Adventures in the World

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7 Most Romantic Adventures in the World

Here at Rice Love, we love love, and we love adventure. Experiencing the world together can bring you closer to your loved ones; and adrenaline rushes are even better when shared. So grab your hiking boots, your favorite backpack, and that special someone, because here's our list of 7 of the most romantic adventures in the world.

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10 Quotes to Live By from Martin Luther King, Jr.

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10 Quotes to Live By from Martin Luther King, Jr.

Martin Luther King, Jr. was an American minister and social activist who played a major role in the civil rights movement in the 1950's and 60's, advocating for equality and human rights for African Americans, as well as all victims of injustice and the economically disadvantaged until his assassination in 1968. Martin Luther King, Jr. was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964, and is now remembered each year on his birthday as a U.S. Federal holiday.  It's people like Dr. King who inspire us to do the work that we do.  Here are 10 Martin Luther King, Jr. quotes...

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