Smile Break: African Children Dancing Evoke Joy. ~ Ashleigh Hitchcock

Via Ashleigh Hitchcock
on Jul 16, 2014
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Ugandan Children Dance the Jambole

Kids from Ugandan ghetto have fun dancing the Jambole.

Eight children from Uganda don’t need fancy toys or electronics to have a terrific time. They use their creativity to generate fun. The play things at their disposal are each other, music, an old tire and a stick.

A healthy dose of fun and exercise makes these kids happy.

Wow. Just look at them smile.

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About Ashleigh Hitchcock

Ashleigh Hitchcock was given a terrific birth name to become a writer. She is full of ideas, feelings and experiences. Ashleigh has always been her own best friend and she loves everyone. She uses meditation to connect to her basic goodness and lives her life to be of benefit. Ashleigh has 1000 hobbies, 3 teenagers, a dog, a vintage one-speed bike and a ski car. She lives in the best town in America: Boulder, Colorado. She practices non-attachment and gives away her favorite objects often. Catch up with Ashleigh on Facebook.


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