Two things stand out to me from this very happy video: those who willingly join in to dance on the train, and those who won’t allow themselves to do so. The latter look down, try – in vain no doubt – to continue reading, and in so doing, miss out on what could have been the happiest they’ve been in some time. I hope I’m witness to this type of window of happiness in the future; you can be sure I’d be one of the first to get up and dance. Good times!
Australian Peter Sharp wants you to get into a social groove on your commute.
Sharp suited up and arranged to meet eight of his friends on a train car in Perth, Australia. When their train pulled into the station, Sharp got on and got ready to get down.
“Hey, guys, I don’t want money,” he announced to his seated friends and the commuters in the car who were still unaware of what was about to take place. “I just want to spread a little bit of happiness. So I’m going to do that today by starting a small dance party.”
Then Sharp started the music, and one by one, his friends — and the amused commuters — joined in on the fun.
“We were totally blown away by how instantly people started to smile, laugh and get involved,” he told The Huffington Post via email. “We had a 60-year-old woman…
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