Friday, September 21, 2012

Bloggers, What?

Irregardless of the levels of dance knowledge, our blogs need someone that can communicate in writing. The blogs have no need for candidates for the Pulitzer prize. It helps but not necessary if you got an A in English composition.

"There are no hopeless situations, there are only people
who have grown hopeless about them."

All you really need, to be an information contributor, is to be able to write a note of communication from you (one person) to a reader/dancer (one person) of the blog, preferably about dancing. My stats are quite clear on that.

That is the only simple requirement. And if in the process you convey your opinion in print for all to see. it is icing on the cake for the entire dance community. Yes, I know, most possibles do not know this - yet. But it is looking good.

 "Nostalgia"  ...  Placido Domingo

Who do we get? To start with, the most indicated are the long time American Style dance teachers. They have accumulated plenty of dance information throughout the years that could be of terrific help for the majority of us, specially now that our hits are increasing daily. The reader/dancers have been starving for this kind of thing.

"This Nearly Was Mine"  ...  Victor Sylvester

After that, any of the officers of any of the dance clubs, because they write with some authority. From there, we will probably get someone that just wants to say something one time, we provide the platform, and we get those now and then. Usually they think they can only do that one time. Fine, we have been fortunate to get those. Hopefully they will feel free to contribute more any time.

Most dancers are great romantics, but we can also be realists. Life is complicated and may last a while. There are people that we have respected and admired and looked up to and have done some wrong. Perhaps we can learned to not be so quick to judge others. We're flawed, all of us,  we're human beings and sometimes we make choices that other people are going to judge. That's their problem, but I think that the more we live our lives, the more we learn not to judge people for what they do. Most of us are trying our best.


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