> I have witnessed bullies on the dance floor. Maybe they like to go > after the gentle. It jars me, as this dancing is so much fun and so > elegant. I've never liked a bullying attitude. Just because others > have neither experienced it nor seen it does not mean it doesn't exist. > Maybe bullies don't know what I'm talking about. I've seen it drive > away some of the very people who intrinsically are dancers, while the > bullies remain. > > There is so much we do not know about others.... > > -- > Marilynn Knight <XxxxxxxxX@xxxx.xxx>
I so agree with Marilynn. Unfortunately many of the bullies are
teachers. I can picture several now who had either an excess of
enthusiasm, a blatent scorn of those not as fit or agile as they, and
a lack of understanding that some long to dance but have two left
I feel so strongly that two of the greatest attributes that
teachers can possess are, gratitude that they themselves are so
gifted and the desire to encourage _all_ who wish to, to dance to
the very best of their ability.
Marilynn, I have tried to send a message direct to you but - my
provider expects to see a dot between Marilynn and K and your
provider will not accept it if I do. Can anyone give me a clue
Cheers, Ron :)
< 0 Ron Mackey,(Purveyor of Pat's Party Pieces)
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