Tango The Human Touch

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Tango The Human Touch

Feeling Of Connection

The reason why people dance tango is to get the feeling of connection. No other dance allows such a close and deep connection. This is why people persist with that goal for a very long time. If it were not for that, people would give up, the dance requires a lot of sustained effort to develop that connection. It’s human nature – we all want to connect with other humans.

Tango Is Magic:

“A feeling that is danced.”

“A secret danced between two people.”

“A walking embrace.”

“its not in the feet, its in the heart!”

“Its about the connection with your partner and the expression of feelings rather than about the choregraphy.”

“People have forgotten what the human touch is, what it is to smile, for somebody to smile at them, somebody to recognise them, somebody to wish them well. The terrible thing is to be unwanted.”     –Mother Teresa

“Everyday you should reach out and touch someone. People love a warm hug, or just a friendly pat on the back” — Maya Angelou

“Human touch is important for all ages, by the time children reach their teen years, they receive only half as much touch as they did earlier in their lives. Adults touch each other even less.” Tango Offers the Human Touch 

“Nearly everyone underestimates how powerful the touch of another person’s hand can be. The need to be touched is something so primal, so fundamentally a part of our existence as human beings that its true impact upon us can be difficult to put into words. That power doesn’t necessarily have anything to do with sex, either. from the time we are infants, we learn to associate the touch of a human hand with safety, with comfort, with love” — Jim Butcher

“When you reach out and touch other human beings, it doesn’t matter whether you call it therapy or teaching or poetry.” Audre Lorde

“Baby, in a world without pity Do you think what I’m askin’s too much I just want to feel you in my arms Share a little of that Human Touch.” – Bruce Springsteen 

Why do we close our eyes when we dance?

When we pray? When we cry?, When we dream? Or when we kiss?

Because we now that the most beautiful things in life are not seen, but felt by the heart.

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