About the dance of life

‘To learn to dance is the most austere of disciplines, and even for those who have attained the summit of its art often remains a discipline not to be exercised without heroism. The danser seems a thing of joy, but we are told that this famous dancer’s slippers are filled with blood when the dance is over’
– ‘The Dance of Life’ – Havelock Ellis

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