Here’s something fun… with an important lesson. Check it out.
Yeah, sure; it’s true. Sometimes, we here at natatorium.org feel like the Dancing Guy, the lone nut out there trying to tell people how important it is to pay attention to one of the Hawai’i’s great treasures, how important it is to keep faith with the men and women who died, how important it is to be true to our history and culture.
And the lone nut needs a first follower. And a second. Because, after all, “Three is a crowd, and a crowd is news.” And a crowd can do things a lone nut can’t.
Derek Sivers is right: “The best way to make a movement, if you really care, is to courageously follow and show others how to follow. When you find a lone nut doing something great, have the guts to be the first person to stand up and join in.”
We know for a fact that many, many people absolutely agree that the Natatorium must be saved, that it is the right and honorable thing to do. So if you’re one of those many people… if you’ve seen us out there dancing like idiots, and you’ve had the urge to get courageous and join in… what exactly can you do? Here are some suggestions.
C’mon. Get up and join us. We’re not nuts. Or, at any rate, we won’t be, once you’re dancing too.