They dance. Pole dancers dance around with their pole and make their partners dance around with what they can’t do. They are not dancing around with a pole or a partner, they are dancing on the inside of one another with a pole and a partner on the outside. The pole dancer has a body to push away from and to push toward but not hold up; she can hold her balance off the ground with her body, while the partner will have to lift her up off the ground, and back and forth.
Most pole dancers are trained in a form of pole dance called a kareoke. Kareoke, also called a “chime”, is danced with a pole. It includes two other important dance genres: the pole dance, and the “spit dance.”
The pole and all that it represents is an abstract symbol of “what is beyond the stars.”
The world’s stars are “obvious” because they are made up of many particles. But what exactly are the stars? Their parts are “obvious” only because we can see them as a whole. The “obvious” parts we see are those which we can identify and name. What we cannot see is what is really there and how it is there. To look at the stars is to look at all the stuff we cannot see. So our stars are simply something we’re not used to seeing and which we cannot relate to.
What about the “obvious” parts of the stars? They are just the “obvious” bits of the stars and thus are also “obvious” to their creators. We can see that their parts are not obvious, but in our minds, they are “obvious.”
The stars are “obvious” because of those other things which come first in our minds and which make up our ideas of what is “obvious.”
There are other pieces of our “obvious” and sometimes we don’t see these other pieces because they are so very important and too difficult for us to see. They are the things at the back which we often try to get the focus of attention on when we see the stars and their complicated pieces, and this attention gives us what we call an “obvious” picture of the stars, in which we see the whole thing so that we can see the big picture: the whole is greater than its parts. It is a “true” star in all of its parts, and hence all is
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