Ultra Ravers Talk About the Meaning of Life
Though these Brooklyn natives living in Miami were rocking costumes of the extreme Mexican sort, they embraced a deep convo more than many others.
"I guess in a way, we're all one," the raver on the left muses. And his friend notes, "It's all about loving each other, that's pretty much the point of Ultra."
"Life is just positive energy," Lefty suggests. "Things moving in the right direction. We're these evolved beings that came from space dust and particles. It's all about people being together and having a good time. And it's more than that ... Peace on earth."
Ultimately, though, they were at Ultra for the music. "It makes you forget about life's regular problems. That is what this is for."
All in all, it seems the ravers agree with Eric Idle's words in the final scene of Life of Brian: "If life seems jolly rotten/There's something you've forgotten/And that's to laugh and smile and dance and sing."