“If you’re only focusing on the next thing you’re going to learn, you’ll always feel like a student, never a dancer.”
When she said it it was part of a conversation, little more than a fleeting thought put into words. But it struck me that not only was there profound meaning and wisdom in that sentence, but there was universality. Swap out “dancer” with any other word and you see what I mean.
“She” in this case is the teacher of the Argentine Tango weekend intensive Angela and I attended this weekend. You find the wisest words to live by in the strangest places.