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You Gotta Keep Dancin'

Tim Hansel's book "You gotta keep dancing" is perhaps one of the most profound and deep humanitarian message ever transmitted and th***** ***** may be included in the fundamental values of life. Along with Andre Malraux's "Human Condition," it expresses in a simple way what life is all about and what solutions we have to pain.

Pain, troubles, extreme conditions- ***** these seem to make up the human ***** and resume the ***** condition. How many times haven't we been faced with either or all of them? The auth***** himself seems ***** write from a personal experience: an accident while trekking in the Sierras has left him in terrible pain for over twenty years now. However, all ***** human sufferings have, as the author explains, nothing to do with misery. You don't have to be miserable if you are in pa*****. Something close to the "***** worry, be happy" message, Tim Hansel tells us that God gives us the possibility to choose and the possibility to ***** joyful with his help.

***** ***** ***** quotes that ***** expresses perhaps sums everything *****: "I don't want ***** 'celebrate pain,' but more deeply understand the dignity of what can happen in it." Perhaps t***** explains *****he whole message of the book: it is not about avoiding pain, ***** is not about being ***** at ***** thought of pain and it is certainly not about avoiding pain. It is about learning to be full of dignity even when in pa*****, full ***** dignity ***** a human ***** should always be. God can help you along the way in dealing with pain if you turn to him for help.



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