To celebrate turning 75, Dolly Parton has shared a special birthday wish with the world.

“This year my birthday wish is a call for kindness,” the country superstar wrote on Twitter Tuesday. “We can’t just hope for a brighter day, we have to work for a brighter day. Love too often gets buried in a world of hurt and fear. So today, January 19th, let’s get to unearthing love.”

In a longer statement shared on her website, Parton said she is celebrating a “quiet” birthday, counting her blessings and thinking about what the new year will bring.

“If you want to donate to your favorite cause, then donate. If you want to give an old friend a call during these lonely times, give them a call. If you can safely volunteer, then raise your hand to do so. If you decide that today is the day you get a dog, then run down to the shelter and find your new buddy. The choices are limitless,” she wrote on her website.

“Love is more contagious than a virus, so let your best self shine in a glorious light and others will be inspired by you. This is my birthday wish and may your birthday wishes also come true.”

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Parton has continually shared uplifting messages with her fans during the pandemic. But she’s also paired her words with action. Last year, the “Jolene” singer donated $1 million toward COVID-19 vaccine research, the Deseret News previously reported.

The year 2020 also saw Parton launch a virtual series where she read bedtime stories to children, the singer’s first Christmas album in 30 years and a Netflix music special called “Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square,” according to the Deseret News.