A guy friend confessed a day ago that he was fumbling through my files when I lend my flash drive to him.
To his surprise, he saw my very privy files. One of those was a video of me dancing in the middle of the night at our dining room.
I was touched and overly flattered when he told me that I could be a competitive dancer…
To be honest, dancing is one of my hidden passions. I had dreams of being a professional dancer someday. But dancing is something I wouldn’t do while I’m still thin and while I’m still in the Philippines. I don’t have much confidence yet and I rarely dance in public. RARELY.
The dance profession is also something my mother won’t approved of. She ‘s always been ambitious and she doesn’t want me to settle for anything less.
We must admit that dancing is one of the most underrated professions in our white-collar profession-driven society (especially in the Philippines) but I deem it as something that takes intelligence. I know I have the skills but I am admittedly a slow-learner when it comes to knowing the exact dance steps.
I have great respect for dancers. They are not airheads as what some people think. I repeat, dancing requires intelligence. It is one of the many cerebrally-challenging acts.
The painstaking state of getting the thinking process be in sync with bodily movements…this is DANCING.