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Yoko Ono Just Asked Twitter For 'Advice That Will Make Our Lives Heal And Shine'—And Boy Did Her Followers Come Through

Yoko Ono Just Asked Twitter For 'Advice That Will Make Our Lives Heal And Shine'—And Boy Did Her Followers Come Through
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We may not have all the answers for living a happy life, but luckily, we get by with a little help from our friends...or our followers.

Yoko Ono, the wife of the late John Lennon from The Beatles, sought the help of social media for some guidance.

The 85-year-old asked followers to "Give us some advice that will make our lives heal and shine."

Whether the specifics of her request were prompted by a societal disconnect or political disparities is unclear. But what we do know is that we are all in dire need of positivity.

Yoko's followers answered the call and blew up her thread with jokes and life hacks. Some of the shared wisdom was more revealing than others ranging from understanding symbols on your car dashboard to inspiring a visit to the ocean.

Regardless of whether or not they're applicable to our lives, there is something for everyone here.

One cheeky Beatles fan held a decades-long grudge.

And another ardent fan quickly reminded that Yoko was John's muse.

If you're always in doubt about which side of the gas pump to drive up to, now you know.

There are shortcuts to every destination.

Connect with animals.

We would never have known this if it wasn't for Yoko.

If you want a clean bum, guaranteed.

Wouldn't this be a nice gesture?

What a fab idea!

A culinary game changer.

A practically perfect nanny would appreciate this.

It is, after all, the best medicine.

Only if you ever find yourself face to face with a raptor.

The world is your oyster.

As John Lennon's widow, the peace activist honored his legacy by funding Central Park's Strawberry Fields in Manhattan and the Imagine Peace Tower in Iceland, and inaugurated a biennial LennonOno Grant for Peace in 2002.

The grant is an award in the sum of $50,000 given to people and organizations personally chosen by Yoko.

A champion for human rights, she is the recipient of the Dr. Rainer Hildebrandt Human Rights Award, which annually honors those committed to fight peacefully for human rights.

John would be proud.