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Too old to be a professional dancer

by Guest7188  |  earlier

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I am 25 years old and I just started Jazz-Dance and Classical Ballet recently. I have big passion for dancing, but never really had the money, time or family support for classes. But now I finally started and I am very happy about it. The problem I am facing presently is remembering the steps in a dance. Besides, while doing turns, I get very dizzy, it gets to the point, where I have to sit down, hold on to something, or even I cannot see properly any more. Does that go away with practice or does that mean I am not made for dancing or perhaps too old to be a dancer?

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  1. Harry

    There is a universal truth that everything has to come to an end, may it be sooner or later. It has been seen over the years that there have been big names in the field of sports and even bigger names in the world of show biz. Nevertheless, a time comes when all such names become history and this conveys a message to everyone in the world that nothing in the world remains forever. For this reason, it is always good to have a realistic approach towards life. All of us have passions for something that we wish to achieve but not all of us end up being successful in this trying to achieve what we desire. But this certainly does not mean that the world for us has come to an end. Life is full of joy and opportunities now it depends upon us that how do we avail such opportunities.
     

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