Come Together

“Let us come together before we’re annihilated.”

~ Stevie Wonder
Come Together by John Lennon

More on coming together:

“I like that about London. It comes together when it needs to, and it has magic.”
~ Faye Marsay

“Today different ethnic groups and different nations come together due to common sense.”
~ Dalai Lama

“Coming together should be considered something positive for people and communities. When thoughts come together, that can be more positive than an individual thought.”
~ Amitabh Bachchan

“That’s what good teams do right there: We come together – and go boom!”
~ Matt Nagy

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Together     /təˈɡeT͟Hər/

adverb
1- with or in proximity to another person or people. “together they climbed the dark stairs”
2- into companionship or close association. “the experience has brought us together”

adjective (informal)
self-confident, level-headed, or well organized. “she seems a very together young woman”

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