New York -- U.S. activist artist-musician Yoko Ono appealed to the world Thursday to "recognize that we are one" and show this recognition on the first Global Oneness Day.
"They say if all the people in China were to jump up and down at the same time, the axis of the globe would shift," Ono said.
Similarly, "billions of us" are "determined to shift the axis of the world to health, peace and joy by loving and caring for all lives on Earth," she said in a video supporting Global Oneness Day, to be celebrated in more than 25 countries Sunday, organizers said.
"It's time for action," Ono said. "On Global Oneness Day, let's recognize that we are one."