all our thoughts 

were loving? . . . 


consider the possibility

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Creating a Landscape for Love. Signs From the Heart

Updated: Jul 26

The loving brief was simple. Create an awareness AD campaign that captures the mood of loving transformation, embraces a country under the shifts brought about by a global pandemic, announce the upcoming series of preview screening for Mel's Love Land: An Original Documentary Series release and celebrate the launch of Season 1 that looks at love in all its forms by asking the question WHAT IF All Our Thoughts Were Loving?

We wanted an idea that would be connected to neighborhoods, to the lands that had lifted us up for the whole Mel's Love Land process, space that would amplify our loving media movement, and reminders to expand the idea of what love could do. We wanted to allow for a component of technology and the beauty of being outside in beautifully powerful ways.

What we came up with part of the magic and miracles of working with loving spirit.


As we talked through the best way to honor Mel's Love Land from what started as a book, Mel's Love Land: Consider the Possibility There is Another Way, into this transition in form to a television Docu-Series ideas flowed naturally, thoughts and memories flooded forward from the past years of loving everyone that started with a Voice that asked me to 'consider the possibility there is another way...'

For the next 100 days

I am going to consider the possibility

there is another way.

I won't talk about war, I will feel peace.

I won't talk about what isn't working.

I will experience what is.

I won't complain about what people don't do.

I will appreciate what they do.

With care and work

I am going to allow myself to be uplifted

and be willing to see change in a new light.

In what's remembered.

With Love.

It was a voice that wanted me to listen, listen, listen to the universe, like Joseph Campbell's work of mythology expressed ~listen to 'the song of the universe, music so deeply embedded in our collective unconscious that we dance to it, even when we can’t name the tune