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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 this message may be included in the fundamental values of life. Along with Andre Malraux's "Human Condition," it expresses in a simple w*****y what ***** is all about and what solutions we have to pain.

Pain, troubles, extreme conditions- ***** *****se seem to make up the human life ***** resume the ***** condition. How many times *****n't we been faced with ei*****r or all of them? The auth***** himself seems to 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 these human sufferings have, as the author explains, nothing ***** do with misery. You ********** have to be miserable if you are in pa*****. Something close to the "don't worry, be happy" message, Tim Hansel tells us that God gives us the possibility ***** choose and the possibility to ***** joyful with his help.

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



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