My revolution is every step taken towards living in love instead of fear – developing cultural and social incentives for self-awareness and introspection; understanding sexual interaction as one of many forms of intimacy, and not a tool for shame or manipulation; and living in ways that reveal just how interconnected we are to each other and to all living things. My revolution is to become less driven by an artificial, distracting need for money and more guided by our natural need for community. My revolution is destroying the illusion of helplessness that feeds apathy. My revolution is to revel in the joy of consensual touch, synchronous motion, and synergetic collaboration. My revolution is to reconnect all of the highly-specialized pieces of modern society so that we can see and care about the tapestry made of our interwoven lives. My revolution is to remind us that our bodies begin to die the moment we birth, but our presences become immortal the moment we give.