Hey there everyone!!
Inspired by Tony Robbins’ signature “Live With Passion!”, I’ve come up with several taglines over the years, including “Ordinary Words ~ Extraordinary Power” and “have fun creating your life!”
But none has been recognized, acknowledged and re-used as much as the “Let’s love the world together…” sign-off.
It’s simple, and it’s profound. I wanted something that would have solution and action implied, while being light and open to so much possibility. Let me illustrate:
Life is just not about creating; many times it is also about allowing. Accepting the way things are is key in our personal growth journey. “Let it be” is a Beatles song that is globally recognized for this wisdom. And in improv class, I found “let’s” to be a very powerful tool (demonstrated in the improv game, “Yes, Let’s!”).
This word probably has the most spectrum of meaning through various languages, cultures, interpretations, and usages. It always has a positive connotation, yet people can substitute their own ideas and understanding of what love is -- which is perfect in this context.
The word “world” is more subjective than “globe”, “planet”, or “Earth”, because “your world” is probably different than “my world” even though we live on the same planet. However, because we cohabitate on Earth, where your world meets my world becomes “the world” that we can acknowledge, address, and possibly transform.
It’s so much more fun to live in co-creation, especially now with the Internet and an interconnected global community. I remember a childhood song that went, “The more we get together, together, together; The more we get together, the happier we'll be.” The “dot-dot-dot” suggests not a one-time action, but a consistent way of being.
We may not be able to make a difference for everyone. But if we can make a difference for the world together, everyone will be affected.
And so we produced a song, called "Let's love the world together..."
Watch our lyrics video here:
If you see what I see, please share.
Let’s love the world together…
[)anish /|hmed, blind visionary