Thank you, Olivia, for your energy, and most importantly for the awareness you bring to consider the relationships of migration, immigration, human rights, and Monarch survival. Having visited Mexico’s Monarch Sanctuary back in the late ’70s I’ve always harbored a warm feeling for these delicate creatures. The fact that these winged travelers can also deliver vital insights about being travelers ourselves, and about how and why we move from one place to another was – for me – totally unexpected. How like a Monarch butterfly I am. It is so disarmingly true. I must go where I must to survive. And not just fauna like me, but flora too. All living things. They migrate. We upright walking creatures immigrate. And just as you have chosen to exemplify the Monarch, this great living breathing mass of all of us renew and continue ourselves by whatever means we can. We are destined to do that, just as you, Olivia, are destined to exercise your right to heighten the awareness of our divine natures.