Thursday, July 19, 2012

What"s your idea of a dance date?

Dancers are everywhere but how many of the single persons there are to find who also want to dance?  Dance dating could be fun, exciting, passionate, and adventurous. Imagine that out of such a great dancing you always love can lead to knowing someone (as in a complete stranger) better. Dance dating is all about great dancing, socializing, and a fun easy way to date someone else.

Dancing has become a medium for people to connect with each other so be the first one to dance on the floor. That will serve as a signal to others for them to join in. It has been said that relationships are like a dance; it will put your kindness, sense of rhythm, patience, and confidence to the test. It’s all about choosing your own partner but believing that every person who chooses his or her own dance is beautiful in his or her own right.

To dance is to communicate to the other person, to feel the music, your partner, and allowing him or her to also feel what you have felt in such a way that there is a state of union or togetherness between the two of you. Date dancing is to attract your partner to be intimately one with you allowing each other to explore, without trying too hard, every form of dance you can imagine of what is beautiful.

Contrary to what some people have referred to date dancing as a “game”, it is not as there are guidelines to follow in choosing someone to dance with. The point of dating is to unite with another person and, in this case, dancing is just the medium. Although partner dancing does not come naturally to most people, practice and more practice is the key to become good at it. Dating, just like dancing, also requires practice and more practice.

Finding a partner for life is something that can’t be done overnight. You can’t just dance it all away one night and bang!--you found the love of your life. But dancing will serve as the springboard for a more serious relationship that will most probably develop later on.

So be the first on the dance floor. Make sure to wear something categorized as not too hot in or not too cold in outfit. Wear a deodorant. Make sure to have a breath mint. Wear a moderate make up. Set a goal, be it in finding a partner that could probably lead to a serious relationship. If it never turned out good, make it an enjoyable, learning experience.  Look your partner in the eyes while dancing. Be creative. Think positive.

Enjoy the dance. Dancing is something we can relate more at and it helps us learn more about relationships in general. Be confident. Exit gracefully. Relationships may fail, or your dream guy or gal turned out to be the wrong guy or gal it’s okay though. Take a deep breath, and find yourself a new partner to dance with.

Monday, July 16, 2012

Concerning the Choice and Chance affecting the human affairs and destiny

Niccolo Machiavelli, elaborating on the matter, in his "The Prince", was one of the best explanations I could find, saying:

"I am not ignorant that many have been and are of the opinion that human affairs are so governed by Fortune and by God, that men cannot alter them by any prudence of theirs, and indeed have no remedy against them; and for this reason have come to think that it is not worth while to labor much about anything, but that they must leave everything to be determined by chance.

"Often when I turn the matter over, I am in part inclined to agree with this opinion, which has had the readier acceptance in our times from the great changes in things which we have seen, and every day see happen contrary to all human expectation. Nevertheless, that our free will be not wholly set aside, I think it may be the case that Fortune is the mistress of one half our actions, and yet leaves the control of the other half, or a little less, to ourselves. And I would liken her to one of those wild torrents which, when angry, overflow the plains, sweep away trees and houses, and carry off soil from one bank to throw it down upon the other. Every one flees before them, and yields to their fury without the least power to resist. And yet, though this be their nature, it does not follow that in seasons of fair weather, men cannot, by constructing weirs and moles, take such precautions as will cause them when again in flood to pass off by some artificial channel, or at least prevent their course from being so uncontrolled and destructive. And so it is worth with Fortune, who displays her might where there is no organized strength to resist her, and directs her onset where she knows that there is neither barrier nor embankment to confine her."

By which Milton and Rose Friedman, a few centuries later, in their book "Free to Choose" further explained:

"The amount of each kind of resource each of us owns is partly the result of chance, partly of choice of ourselves or others. Chance determines our genes and through them affects our physical and mental capacities. Chance determines the kind of family and cultural environment into which we are born and as a result our opportunities to develop our physical and mental capacity. Chance determines also other resources we may inherit from our parents or other benefactors. Chance may destroy or enhance the resources we start with. But choice also plays an important role. Our decisions about how to use our resources, whether to work hard or to take it easy, to enter one occupation or another, to engage in one venture or another, to save or spend--these may determine whether we dissipate our resources or improve and add to them. Similar decisions, by our parents, by other benefactors, by millions of people who may have no direct connection with us will affect our inheritance."

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