Spectators line the streets. They lean over railings and look over shoulders, while families rush to their windows,
all trying to catch a glimpse of the wonderful surprises of the great circus parade.
Circus performers can encourage us to confront our most deeply felt anxieties and inhibitions:
our fears of being laughed at, of taking risks, and trying new things.
from: "Christianity and the Arts", Vol. 5 - No. 3, 1998
by Joan Prefontaine
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