dancer masters the art of balancing, and knows when to raise his foot and where
to place it, with eyes open or blindfolded, while doing his job; and what is
more in displaying several poses, he changes the modus operandi and pleases all
and himself too. Here, it is not equality or uniformity that counts; equipoise
can be obtained by subtle change of step which alone ensures equanimity. Hence
success. Maintaining balance is an ardeous one, but if it is mastered, all goes
O Kay. Does not 1Balakrishna's posture on banyan leaf during the deluge stands
as a monumental example of total perfection in the art. The rise and fall of
turbulent waves neither drown him, nor throw him off that little 2vatapatra.
Though 3Nyayadevata prefers blindfolded while keeping the objects in pans, she
knows how to balance. No uniformity, nor even equality that matters here, but
change of norms is of paramount importance, See how the bespectacled man with
white wig dispenses justice ...
(1) Boy Krishna - the 8th incarnation of Maha Vishnu.
(2) banyan leaf