Why is Dance important in our life?

I am a dancer, why can’t I dance? For many of us, dancing is important for both ourselves and others. But as a country, we are not living up to our values. It is not just about the government or the government’s job and it is not just about having fun… but it is more.

What do you think a girl is worth today?

Dance is a way of finding oneself: finding the balance between being yourself and taking care of one’s environment. It is also the way we show our self-respect. I think it is important people are able to dance for themselves, for others and for society.

How has dancing contributed to your overall life style?

I always liked dance and my life has been different because of the movement. I don’t have a fixed career path but I have played with a lot of different instruments. I can do other things, but I definitely don’t want to have dance as a career. But, I think it depends on the person. If the whole world wants to see you dance and you want to dance every day, then I don’t see problems. My life has been different because of the movement. There are so many things I have learned from the movement. I believe it is a universal love of life.

Thank you for speaking with us.

Yes, of course! Thank you for your time.

Dance is an integral part of your life, just like your life. So please take this opportunity to share with us how it is for you!

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