All music is pure expression whether good or bad. As an instrumental artist, I'd like to think I'm giving listeners room to interpret and fill in the blanks with their own message. Much of music is filled with messages/lyrics and ideas and I feel that that just puts too much in our heads when instrumental music allows for subtext and is less prescribed therefore gives more room for the listener to reflect on something other than on what is prescribed or pre-meditated. Many film soundtracks and game soundtracks provide that very aesthetic and that's where I'm coming from...creating vibes.
Just to be able to make music for as long as I possibly can and reach as many people with my vibes as much as I can.
That's a loaded answer and I would just say for now, it's everyone recognizing that we're all the same and need each other and in order to be truly unified we need to be on the same page and recognize the one and only true God who gave us the extraordinary abilities to do things such as create music.