In all the chaos and heartache, it seems Japan is the most capable country of all to handle the unfortunate and horrible events that took place several weeks ago. They are determined to rebuild their country in record time, and there are countless images and videos of how powerful and positive this united country really is.
However, there are some people who want to step out of all that, if just for a minute or two, in order to share some light and laughter around them. These people are the ones that really amaze me the most since they give of themselves to help people deal with what has recently transpired. What’s even more amazing is that with pure talent, people can give hope back to hundreds of thousands of others simply by the movement of their body. That is what I call committing yourself to the task of making people smile.
These seven Japanese guys who form the group World Order put together one of the most awesome and weird music videos of all time for their song “We Are All.” The way they use spontaneous moments with their extremely rehearsed dance number is pure joy. The look and reactions from the public around them is probably what makes this video even more wonderful.
It’s a form of a flash mob video combined with heavily organized moves that, much to the public’s joy, is quite unbelievable when you look at it. Their timing is flawless, and it’s almost like they are not aware of their surroundings. The non-expecting bystanders of course react, but not in the way you would think they would. They simple carry on their way and keep staring. It’s a phenomenal performance, and quite frankly, one of the most genuine and unique video experiences I have had in a while. This definitely deserves the Awesomeness Defined seal of approval!