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Archive for July, 2011
I just LOVE this, BUT—
Can you work with a co-worker like this next to you?
The video you are about to see has nothing to do with ‘The Lion King’, but
I titled it this way because this is what comes to mind. No worries.
In Europe people are more apt to just be spontaneous, and laid back. There
is a lot of tension here in the United States. Granted this is a planned performance, but I can imagine that one day people could let go of their inhibition and put on something like this all on their own, without expecting everyone to join in.
I love this video! It brings a smile to my face every time I watch. Notice this
is a Train Station, and everyone seems to be heading somewhere. If either to work, or school… it doesn’t matter. People STOP, listen, and participate. This video says something…
~However your stress level, one needs to STOP and enjoy life with others.
~Isn’t there a saying stating: “Dance like no one is watching, love like you’ll never be hurt, sing like no one is listening, and LIVE like it’s heaven on earth.” -William Purkey
~Also notice how & who starts… then everyone follows until it’s the entire Belgium Train Station. AWESOME!!
Now in this economy it’s really hard to empty your mind of all the worries, and relax. That’s why we have this video… it makes everyone want to dance, and smile.
~When you SMILE awhile every ONE SMILES!
© 2009 Isabel Cristina Alvarez
DANCE TRAIN STATION BELGIUM do-re-mi
The Sound of Music – Julie Andrews
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