On February 27, 2001, John Noble Wilford, author and science journalist for The New York Times, wrote these words: “No one will ever know when someone first raised arms into the air, pivoted and took a few light steps this way and that and danced. Archaeologists are at a loss to know the origins of dancing in prehistory because they lack direct evidence… The best they have been able to do is extrapolate back from the ritual dances practiced by hunter-gatherer societies that have survived into modern times.”
I reply with Osho’s words: everything changes, nothing remains permanent. Whenever it is negative, keep it to yourself. Whenever it is positive, share it.