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Inspire Your Heart With Art Day

Thursday, January 31, 2013

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When : Always January 31st

Inspire Your Heart With Art Day celebrates art and the effect it can have on your heart. Art is valued and appreciated for all sorts of reasons.

Look at a piece of art and ask yourself: What is is telling me? How does it make me feel? What emotions is it evoking (if any) within me?

A sense of love and romance is one of those feelings and emotions that a piece of artwork can awaken and inspire. Looking to create a little romance with that special someone? Try setting the mood, with an appropriate piece of art.

While the title of this day suggests you inspire "your" heart, we're guessing you may use today to inspire someone else's romantic thoughts....of you. That's perfectly okay.

Origin of Inspire Your Heart With Art Day:
Our research has yet to find the creator, or the origin of this day.

This Day in History January 31
Confederates appoint Robert E. Lee their Commander in Chief. (1865)

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PMAY0313 2/1/2013 7:57AM


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PATRICIAAK 1/31/2013 7:26PM

    I enjoy going to the museum

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HANSBRINK 1/31/2013 3:55PM

  And tomorrow is National Wear Red Day. What a lead in!

National Wear Red DayŽ promotes the Red Dress symbol and provides an opportunity for everyone to unite in The Heart Truth's life-saving awareness-to-action movement by putting on a favorite red dress, red shirt, or red tie. The Red Dress Pin is now available from WomenHeart: The National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease, a partner of The Heart Truth.

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LINDAMARIEZ1 1/31/2013 3:15PM

    love love love looking at art pictures...cause I can't do that!!!

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