Who, Why this Dance

This dance is about wanting to live fearlessly
with vulnerability
to value and celebrate who I am
I imagine that my life’s journey might touch or inspire others
as I at times feel touched
when finding myself
reflected in someone else’s words

To nurture confidence in myself.
To dance with courage, ‘cœur‘, ‘corazón‘: strength and power of my heart
Allowing myself to be vulnerable
and risk touching my inner beauty and creativity
To stretch beyond my self defeating beliefs
and reach for what seems impossible
To create and share images of my inner journey

Dancing to the words
To nurture and feed my soul


  1. Great blog, glad I discovered your work, continue to dance like no one is watching 😉

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  2. I’m so glad I read your “Who, Why this dance” ! Yes “wanting to live fearlessly
    with vulnerability” is the ‘mantra’ for all times and particularly for the present times.
    Thanks and regards 👍

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  3. What a perfect sentiment you have gifted yourself. I loved every word of this and as you hope find inspiration here as well. Blogging is very personal and does make us vulnerable …. thank goodness, since that is how we grow. Donna.

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  4. Thank you for visiting and following Flying Goannas. I hope you enjoy our travels.

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  5. And what a lovely journey you have here as outlined by these wonderful photos! I am an amateur photographer still attempting to manipulate the settings on my camera, and I enjoy the many outstanding photographers on WordPress. I live in Texas and we just came out of the horrible drought that lasted five years. It was very devastating indeed.

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  6. Dear Arati, Thank you so much for liking my blog 🙂

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  7. Wow, you have an amazing blog. Happy blogging 🙂


  8. excellent bio… glad I’ve come across your awesome blog! 🙂 my very best, tons of inspiration and friendly greetings from Toulouse, France, “old Europe”… 🙂


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