"My jump is not high enough, my turns aren't perfect, I can't get my leg behind my ear.' Please don't do that. Sometimes there's an obsession with technique that can kill your best impulses. But communicating with an art form means being vulnerable. Being imperfect. And most of the time this is much more interesting. Trust me."
-- Mikhail Baryshnikov
What a lovely and inspiring quote. I think it's very applicable to writers as well as dancers.
by PhoenixV 3 years ago
What Is Your Favorite Quote By Franklin Delano Roosevelt?
by JAKE Earthshine 2 months ago
Everyone knows it would have been Beyond SHOCKING, it would have rocked the world to its very core: Reagan would have immediately been REMOVED from our oval office by the Sergeant at Arms and restrained in a straight jacket pending a psychological evaluation: NOW, watch Donald...
by Kenna McHugh 19 months ago
“Every secret of a writer’s soul, every experience of his life, every quality of his mind, is written large in his works.”—Virginia Woolf
by hubby7 9 years ago
Is the mind and the brain one and the same thing or are they different entities? What do you think?If the world is a dichotomy, I would argue that, no, they are not the same. One is appearance, to borrow a term from Plato, the greek philosopher, and the other is reality. On the other hand if I were...
by Misha 8 years ago
Online Chat Support: Status: Analyst Romina is here and your issue status is: working Problem:Hi, I cannot access my site www.marwrut.ru. Site is accessible from other providers. I have tracert results both from me to there, and from hoster to your gateway. user Mikhail has entered...
by Billie Kelpin 6 years ago
Do you write with a pen or a computer?When my husband first suggested around 1990 that I use a computer for writing, I cried when I tried. I told him the thoughts got from my head to the paper through my pen and I resisted. So for all these years I tied myself to the computer. Only...
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