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|W. wagsee it is MERRY in hall when beards wag all. waitseeALL things come to |
those who wait; TIME and tide wait for no man. waitingsee it's ILL waiting for dead
men's shoes. If you can WALK you can dance, if you can talk you can sing ...
|Many times, you can even get something better than you had planned, if you just |
open your mind to the possibilities that there is something good to be ... Living in
the now gives you a reason to dance instead of walk, and sing instead of talk.
|What Liturgists Can Learn from Jazz Reid Hamilton, Stephen Rush ... If so, then it |
is not the case that you “do not know anything” about music. There is a saying
from Zimbabwe: “If you can walk, you can dance; if you can talk, you can sing.
|There is an African proverb that says If you can walk, you can dance; If you can |
talk, you can sing. In this chapter, I want to walk and talk with you about creativity
so you can relearn how to dance and sing. Origins of Creativity If you want to see
|Apparently, laughter even makes you healthier: reducing stress, stimulating the |
immune system, speeding recovery, ... The business gurus of Zimbabwe used to
say, "If you can walk, you can dance. If you can talk, you can sing." Dance.
|Here are some examples of the importance of spiritual singing from several |
traditions, beginning with a message forthose of you who thinkyou can't sing: If
you can walk, you can dance. If you can talk, you can sing. —Traditional African
|Irish proverb “They who dance must pay the fiddler.” — J. Taylor “The man who |
can't dance says the band can't play.” — Jewish proverb “If you can walk, you can
dance. If you can talk, you can sing.” — Zimbabwean proverb “Move your neck ...
|Chorography seems like the domain of expert dancers, but as the African saying |
goes, “If you can talk, you can sing, and if you can walk, you can dance!” In the
same vein, if you can dance, you can choreograph your own dance. And, better