Open up your mind and your potential reaches infinity…


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We Dance…

God’s the choreographer
The world’s a dance floor
Our lives are the rhythm
Emotions are the music
We are the dancers,
We dance in laughter,
We dance in tears,
We dance in madness,
We dance in fears,
Dancing in our lives awake
With ambitions we tap
And with hope we shake
To replicate our dreams.

The dance is one of the many human experiences which cannot be suppressed. Dancing has existed at all times, and among all peoples and races. The dance is a form of expression given to man just as speech, philosophy, painting or music.

Apart from war, dancing is the chief factor making for social solidarity in primitive life. The value of dance as a method of individual and national education was recognized as civilization became increasingly self-conscious. In the Laws Plato remarked that a good education includes knowing how to dance and sing well.

Quotes:

”Let us read and let us dance –
two amusements that will never do any harm to the world.”
~ Voltaire

Dancing is the loftiest, the most moving, the most beautiful of the arts, because it is not mere translation or abstraction from life; it is life itself.
~Havelock Ellis

Talk about dance? Dance is not something to talk about. Dance is to dance.
~Peter Saint James

Comments on: "Eat, sleep, breathe…dance!~ World Dance Day( April, 29)." (3)

  1. What a beautiful post. I love dance. From modern to ballet to the multitude of cultural expressions. Yes dance has always played a strong part in society. Over the centuries it has formed communities and communicated ideas and art.

    Beautiful photographs you have posted Ilmanafasih

    Check out my post: Various Artistic Influences: why we ask questions about art.(posted this week) I have a slide show with different forms of dance, theatre and art as well.

  2. A great icon of dance in Pakistan had the following comments to make on my FB posting of this blog and I couldn’t help but paste it here:

    Sheema Kermani thank you Ilmana – this is wonderful.
    8 hours ago · Like

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