Rainbows help cure Mondayitis
On a rainy Monday morning commute, life can seem a little dreary.
So what if a bunch of strangers boarded your 7.51 am train and invited you to join them in song?
At first you might hesitate, but when that ukulele starts up a little bit of sunshine could enter your cold, dead heart.
Then you might just dip your toe in and start humming. But when those lovely harmonies kick in and the smiles start spreading, you might find yourself just belting those lyrics out. The awkward is gone. The happy is infectious.
The Liberators, a music group who want to spread love and good will everywhere, boarded a Monday morning train in Perth and managed to get the whole train carriage singing and laughing on an otherwise utterly lackluster morning.
Ok, it looks a little tricky at first, but they surely they made everyone’s day with the spontaneous sing-along.
Michelle, a passenger, said, “We had a few of the Liberators help get the ball rolling, however more than 60% of the passengers who sung along were complete strangers. We sung the entire song, progressively gaining confidence and participants as we went. When we finished an uproar of positive emotion, claps, cheers and smiles came streaming from the people.”
Spread the joy, people!