Moose Size Pawsabilities In Dance

Maggie’s pawsability thought for the day:

“I dwell in possibility.”
 

 
Maggie and I love art in all forms. We watched a YouTube video a friend sent us called Thousand Hand Quan Yin. We have never seen this dance before although it has been performed many, many times in over forty countries around the world. Its international debut was at the closing ceremony of the 2004 Paralympics in Athens. The music is beautiful, the movements exquisite, and the dancers magnificent. The Chinese Disabled People’s Performing Art Troupe dancers are deaf mutes. They rely on hand signals from the people stationed around them. Maggie and I applaud with all our hands & paws the dancers who dwell in living a life of moose size pawsabilities. It is a beautiful thing to witness.
 
CLICK to watch their magic: Thousand Hand Quan Yin
 

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