It's all anyone is talking about as the city gears up to put on one of the best Commonwealth Games ever.
But while we look forward to the event and dream of seeing the stars of track and field strut their stuff in our own Dear Green Place, an army of minds is working hard to make sure this is a Games the city can forever be proud of.
As we report today, a conference focusing on the human rights of workers at Glasgow 2014 was held in the city, looking at the lessons learned at London 2012, to ensure the event is enjoyable for competitors, spectators, workers and volunteers.
The message coming out of the conference at Glasgow's St Mungo Museum is that the Commonwealth Games values must be maintained across the board and that no-one's human rights should be sidelined in the pursuit of profit.
We are fortunate to live in a society where that is unlikely to ever be the case, but it is important that all potential eventualities are considered.
The business opportunities surrounding the Games are massive and it is only right that we do what we can to make the most of those.
But we must also ensure people are at the heart of this great event.