The Liberators International organised this spontaneous dance party on a Perth train. Would you be inspired to join a dance party like this on your next commute?
The message Peter Sharp shares is one that resonates with many of us who undergo a daily commute. As soon as we step into the tube it’s like we sign a social contract that dictates you are not allowed to interact in any way, shape or form with people that are as close to you as a lover would be.
It’s silly if you think about it, because even when there are hundreds of bodies against one another not one word is spoken unless you have to ask to get out. Even then, some people choose the tunnel vision route and choose to ignore the same people they saw past on the way in, when they’re on their way out.
So what is the cure for this anti-social phenomenon?
“We are a global family of people ready to actively be a part of the change we’d like to see in this world. Instead of complaining about what’s wrong with the system, we use our skills, intelligence, gifts and abilities to create positive experiences for the world to actively participate in making today and tomorrow’s future more sustainable and harmonious.
How Do We Liberate?
We create participatory public and private events that involve and encourage people of all ages and backgrounds to participate in acts of unconditional kindness, dance and human connection. We record each of our public actions with the intention to then inspire people from all over the world to create their own similar unified participatory actions. We do not force, we simply give rise to a new opportunity.
Why Do We Liberate?
We are here to lead by example to allow the people of planet Earth to see that we are brothers and sisters of the same human race, travelling together on this Earthship we collectively call home.”