“Dance doesn’t last,” he said. “The performance ends and it’s done. Why not do sculpture? Painting? These things endure. You leave a legacy.”
So why dance?
There’s something so bold and daring and beautiful about making art that doesn’t last.
It affirms LIFE.
Life is transient.
To dance is to be in presence with the moment as it is
and to know that YES, it will end
... and love it anyway.
Life ends and you love it... anyway.
To love the transient is a deep kind of love.
Then, of course, there is also the real-EYES-ation that all moments are recorded -
every thought, intention, creation
in the Akashic.
When you expand beyond the 3-D perception,
beyond the fear of the finality of death
and come to know there is no death
there is no time
then there is no need to fear the moment that does not last.
No need to fear creating something that will end.
There is all the reason to love it more.