Lady Gaga is putting her best foot forward to guide our world towards acceptance and peace.
She recently sat down with the Dalai Lama to discuss ways to better shape our world, then chatted with a group of young people to discuss our systematic failures in the U.S..
"The really fantastic thing about kindness is that it's free," Gaga said. "It's the best resource that we have because you can give and receive kindness and the well of it inside of you will never dry up. And it can’t hurt you or anyone else. It's the thing that brings us all together.
She added: "I feel the most important the reason to focus on kindness with what we're experiencing in the world is to consider the United States as a human body, and the brain is the government. And all the organs south of the neck: this is the people. These different organs in our body, these are the different factions, the things that separate us as people.
"What we're experiencing right now is that the mind of the United States and the body are not talking. There’s no connection. In science, what it tells us is that this connection between the brain and the rest of the body, when it erodes, you have system failure. Brain damage. This is what we're witnessing. Because the mind of the United States and the body of the United States are not connected we have disharmony. And kindness is the cheapest way to cure that, and it has a priceless aftermath."
The "Till It Happens To You" singer also recently gave an emotional speech following the massacre in Orlando.
Gaga will continue her efforts by supporting Hillary Clinton for President with a performance.
Hours before Clinton will accept the Democratic nomination for President of the United States, Mother Monster, Lenny Kravitz and DJ Jazzy Jeff will perform at "Camden Rising," a concert for the DNC that's being billed as one of the largest entertainment events in convention history.
“As the world turns its attention to the Democratic National Convention, and hours before Secretary Clinton becomes the first woman to be the presidential nominee of a major party, we wanted to say thank you to the hard-working women and men who have made the Democratic Party truly representative of America,” said George E. Norcross III, a member of the Democratic National Committee.