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Yiddish Dancing as a metaphor for life

Browsing through feedster, I noticed this fascinating entry A Real Update: Life Lessons from a Jewish Folkdance by a blogger on livejournal called "dreamplum."

I say, anything that gets more people onto the dancefloor is a good thing. Maybe Helen Winkler can incorporate this into some of her amazing dance classes.

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