Woman Signs Lyrics To Her Deaf Friend At TomorrowWorld

October 5, 2014 -

Samuel Botero

The underground rave culture of the late 80’s and early 90’s spawned the current global Electronic Music craze. Both generations of ravers have an understanding of the ideology centered on the acronym P.L.U.R.; Peace, Love, Unity, and Respect.

Most people who have gone to a festival like TomorrowWorld could probably acknowledge that there tends to be a completely different vibe at these events, there is a sense of community that exists within the crowd.

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The Internet has begun to change the way people interact with each other; arguably it has made us more understanding of one another. This woman signing lyrics to her friend, who can't hear them, is a wonderful example of who we are as a generation, and how we have become much more caring for one another. Beautiful.

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