Positive Change Forum would like to acknowledge three exceptional Positive Change Specialists: The founders of the Koolulam musical phenomenon, Ben Yefet, Michal Shahaf Schneiderman, and Or Taicher.
Their mission: to inspire the world. And they are really doing it, befriending people of different nations, backgrounds, beliefs and even the so-called (by the merchants of chaos and warmongers), “enemies”. How do they do it? With music! They bring together thousands of people, “different” people, from “different” areas, “different” religions, “different” beliefs” and teach them how to sing together a song! And the result? Difficult to be described with words! Their work proves beyond doubt that people like to be together, to create together and to enjoy the fruits of their creations together with gratitude and pride! You may find it hard to not get goosebumps and keep your eyes dry while watching some of their one-song-concerts. Here is the video of the story behind Koolalum:
Seeing what they do, I immediately wished to create one of their concerts with Russians and Ukrainians, another one with Greeks and Turckish, another one with “the established citizens” and the “immigrants”, another one for those who believe in vaccination and those who don’t believe in it… until they all experience and realise what brotherhood means.
Ion February 18, 2018, Koolulam invited 3,000 people who had never met before sing in Haifa in three languages, celebration of coexistence, in collaboration with Beit HaGefen, Haifa municipality and the port of Haifa. It took them just under an hour to learn all the parts. And here is the result… Enjoy!
In another concert, Koolulam Project invited 600 people who had not known one another to the Bascula arts center in Tel Aviv, to sing together and kickstart the Galgalatz Radio annual international billboard. Here you can see this concert!
On June 14th, 2018, in honor of the historic visit to Israel by Indonesia’s religious leader Sheikh Haji Yahya Cholil Staquf, Koolulam invited 1,000 people who had never met before to a special event at the Tower of David in Jerusalem, to sing one song, in three languages and in three-part vocal harmony. The event was produced in conjunction with the Tower of David Museum and Jerusalem.Com. Here you can enjoy Bob Marley’s song: One Love
Let’s get inspired and inspire brotherhood!