By Anne Cacherell
Waking up on a Monday morning after a long, restful weekend is not easy. Forcing your way out of the bed to make coffee and dragging yourself to work are realizations that it’s already Monday. In this regard, a Perth-based international social movement and a participatory arts group who called themselves The Liberators came up with a brilliant idea to beat and transform dreadful Monday morning blues into an uplifting experience.
Using a ukulele, The Liberators’ founder Peter Sharp and other members of the group, encourageed train commuters to sing along with them in their rendition of Somewhere Over the Rainbow. Suddenly, the boring train ride turned into a fun and a liberalizing party.
What can you say about this group’s way of sharing love and spontaneous joy? Feel free to leave your comments below.