The Juan Diego Madrid Timbera videos are great fun! He goes around Madrid encouraging people to jump in and dance with him as a way of spreading joy and smiles. He says he doesn’t ask for anything in return except for applause and smiles. And, as you can see in this video, he definitely gets plenty of both!

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In this one, he is dancing Cuban salsa and it is just so much fun and really does bring so much joy to everyone he encountered. The theme of spreading joy through dance definitely isn’t new. There is something special about dancing, and especially dancing together, that makes people connect in a completely unique way.

Dance is a language all of its own. You don’t need to able to communicate with the other person in words but you can still share feelings. Two people from two completely different countries can watch the same dance and feel the exact same emotions. When you stop and think about it, that’s pretty amazing!

Juan Diego says that the idea for doing this came from his heart. People have all sorts of vocations and callings in life, and using dance to share love and joy is such a positive calling to have. As they say, happiness is infectious. If he makes one person happy with his dancing, and they go off about their day in a happier mood, they’ll spread that joy to the next person they see. And the next person might well do the same. You can have a positive impact on the world by doing something big, like becoming a doctor or fighting for change, but you can also have a positive impact on the world by making people just a little bit happier. Hopefully, this video makes you that bit happier and you can go out and spread a little joy yourself!

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