Wednesday, July 18, 2012

first watch. then dance.

My beautiful mama-in-law Sally sent this video to me last night, and I just had to share it with you guys.  The person behind it, Matt Harding, traveled to different nations throughout the word, and, well, danced.  To me, it's a pretty awesome example of how we, as humans, can transcend things like politics, religion, and cultural differences to find a common bond through music, dancing, and movement.  It's a very simple video, but incredibly powerful.  It might even restore your faith in humanity, at least for a few minutes. :)  
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  1. In an election year, we can use all the good faith in humanity vids we can get-- thanks!

  2. This is heart warming!!! How cool that he did this!!

  3. I saw this a little while back and I loved it. It never fails to make me tear up!


  4. That made me cry, but in a good way.

  5. I could be wrong, but I think this guy does one every year. I've seen this one already, but isn't it just fantastic? I'd love to do something like this. Returned faith in humanity? Check! :)
    xo Heather

  6. melissa, that was so cute! :) it makes me smile to see universal things like that.

  7. Love this so much! I only saw the video of him where he repeats one move all over the world. Also, reminds me of Davey's dance blog. Ever heard of that one?



  8. I've seen this video a couple times and it never fails to make me smile!

  9. Such an awesome video! And there was even a shot of Baltimore in there at the park right around the corner from my house! :) I had just done a similar blog post a few days ago about one of the new songs from the latest album by Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros. The video uses the same concept-- it's pretty fantastic and so uplifting! In case you feel like watching it on YouTube:

    1. I literally JUST posted this video on FB and tweeted it. Not even kidding!!!

  10. Love this! Thank you for sharing! :)


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