I was excited to watch the opening ceremony of the Olympics. The Olympics have always represented dreamers and doers to me. And, as we know, that’s a winning combination.


I reveled in learning about all the countries marching in that, truth be told, I had never heard of before. It was a little humbling. I appreciated the Japanese culture and how it played out through dance, telling stories of Olympians beginning, training, their body science, their heart, and their dreams. And then we got to the final fourth of the ceremony: the passing of the flame.


So many different aspects were honored and represented: children, past heroes who needed help walking to carry the torch, paralympians, and the dreamers of tomorrow. All that was moving in itself. But then they unleashed the magical drones that created a cavalcade of light and spectacle in the sky, and everyone broke into the song, “Imagine.”


I broke into tears. “This is the truth,” I thought to myself. This is E.T.’s message. Keep your heart open, be a friend, and come together as One. It’s so damn simple. We yearn for it, and yet there seem to be so many obstacles in the way of that simple concept: Unity.


If we are the creators of ourselves, and of this world, we know that within us this world concept must be created first. Where can we love more? Help more? Unite more? And accept more? Wouldn’t it be lovely to live in a world where, like the Olympics, we all come together with our differences and hold One Intention: Love?


That is my conscious creation in Intention for the rest of my life. Hold Love. Be love. And see love. Will you join me?



“Peace, unity, love, and nonviolence should be our rallying cry and the catalyst for change in our nation.”
-Tony Evans