Don’t merely spin; unspool.
Replace all your bones with strong, flexible, environmentally conscious bamboo.
Forget how to walk.
You’re not trying to depart; you’re trying to arrive.
Apprentice yourself to a flat tire. Get down!
You are 60% water by weight—start acting like it.
Evaporate. Precipitate. Flow.
Apprentice yourself to a tectonic plate. Subduct!
Practice by following distant celestial bodies through a telescope without a tripod.
Whatever you’re doing, do it while holding an infant.
Dance about architecture, yes, but also about demolition.
Dance on your last legs, which have waited long enough.
Contrary to received wisdom, it actually takes three people to tango, unless you think you can do it without an accordion.
If you can’t dance, don’t worry—it’s not your revolution.
Do-si-do and promenade. Change partners.
Let your partner also change you.
Dervishes whirl because the beloved could be anywhere, anywhere!
Don’t be in such a hurry to finish.
Thanks to RR for a couple of the lines and much of the inspiration.