Actually you said: "On the dance floor, at my best..." which could be taken either way... ie: dancing your best or behaving your best (or some combination of both). You meant the former, but I read it as the latter since that is what MY point about people's traits meant and in that post you were responding to my point (what my teacher said). I really don't know how to prove something I've experienced to you. It is, as you say, about empathy and awareness of what is going on for other people.. not just where they are or might move to, but what is happening for them emotionally. Also, I didn't say people DANCE in a petty way, but that their traits are magnified. They behave in a more petty way. Or insecure. Or joyous. Or whatever. They may also dance in a joyous, secure, insecure, or other manner, but... Not everything going on on or off the dance floor is limited to actual dancing. The quote was "Whatever you are, you'll be more that in Tango". Tango is more than just what happens in the 3 minute song and it is certainly more than just the movements that occur even during the song. I had another teacher who made a distinction between Tango and Dancing, as well as Tangueros vs "dancers". You yourself admit to thinking of the music as gibberish, so why do you have a problem with me pointing out that you are disparaging it? You ARE disparaging it, aren't you? How is saying "Junk is Junk" NOT disparaging and if you feel that way about the music, why is it a bad thing to say that you are being disparaging? I'm genuinely confused.