Do you remember a time in your life when you had a "happy dance"? Maybe it was the first time you hit a home run? Perhaps it was the day school got out for summer? Or your parents gave you a puppy for your birthday? Do you remember how good it felt? When was the last time you showed off your dance moves and didn't care what the world thought?
I'm dancing the happy dance today. There is no one particular reason for my joyful outbursts. I'm just plain grateful. The only sad part about my life is seeing people around me who can't find a reason to dance. They feel overburdened. They carry around guilt and can't seem to let go of it. Some simply forgot how to dance. Their lives are without music. If the only music you're hearing today is the blues, try these pointers:
- Ask Passion -- that inner part of you who knows your hopes and dreams, to be your dance partner. Passion already knows all the moves. Passion knows what makes you tick. Passion will make your heart race.
- Find one thing in your life you are thankful for and celebrate with a happy dance. Don't think about how funny you look when someone sees you dancing -- just do it.
- Don't be afraid of the dance floor. You were created to dance in all circumstances. Let go of all those excuses you have for avoiding the dance floor and get out there.