To the end of love…

Others have written of the dance between the sexes, especially the chemistry of marriage, the impossibility of a union when left alone, the interplay and respect between the two, the give and take of male and female, that is, specifically between a man and a woman as this vid suggests. Insanitybytes22 comes to mind, as I recall the tango pics and ideas about the two becoming one.

Sorry folks, the genius of a Creator is clearly displayed by watching two people dance, even if it is only an act.  But thankfully, the distinction between the sexes is no act.

Note the symphony played between the dancers, the footwork with the well placed hands and smiling faces, and the beautiful music. Note the progression on the young ladies face from tentative since a novice, to pure delight after ‘getting it.’

So to those of you who appreciate song and dance, enjoy this, and my fav? Hmm, easily the masculine and well suited voice of Cohen, with his harshness, his softness, his emphasis, his passion, and his spiritual undertones even if he thinks otherwise.

–La la, la la la la la lah,  burning violin, Babylon, the children asking to be born, —

Full screen of course, and volume up a tad.

 

 

 

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30 Responses to To the end of love…

  1. Ahh, that was just beautiful! I must confess, I Iove that masculine voice too, gravely, harsh, soft, passionate, all at the same time.

    Look at how focused that dancer is, how he concentrates. He’s projecting himself into the dance so she will be able to read him, to follow, almost by osmosis. You can see the hesitation on her face, the uncertainty, until she begins to catch on, to realize he’s actually speaking a language she can read. Once that clicks, you can see the delight on her face, the confidence now that she can anticipate where he is going to go, now that she understands his signals.

    The genius of our Creator, indeed. I sometimes say, “He wrote the whole story in a simple tango!”

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Well, i confess ms bytes that I never saw the movie……….Pacino played that dance rather well with that focus as you said.

      I had an uncle who was a rather big man, but boy could he dance lightly with his wife, was awesome to watch, like Jackie Gleason.

      Tkx for the last quote, I would have cited you if I remembered. Ha!.

      Male and female thank God!!

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  2. Tricia says:

    OH how beautiful ColorStorm, what a treat to watch and listen to. Certainly a nice way to wind down the evening. Was the part with Al Pacino from Scent of a Woman? Great movie.

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  3. I loved your post. My heart melted during the video.

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