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The quote I like Dancing of Indian girls more than my parentsâ€™ prayers is a great example of how we learn from others and adapt our lifestyle according to what we observe. We all may not be as talented as the Indians, but we can definitely learn from them. Even if we do not pursue the same career or follow the same religion, we may still love dancing and see it as a form of expression. After all, we all know that expressing ourselves through dancing makes us happy and relaxed. It doesn't matter whether we dance with love and passion, just as long as we can express ourselves through dancing.
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