If you’ve ever seen two jellyfish “swimming” together, you know that for them movement isn’t about rhythm. Their dance isn’t about keeping time; it’s about going with the flow. They have no need for choreography because they create time through their syncopated movement. They move together, fluidly opening and closing — filling each others spaces in a beautiful liquid embrace.
Jellyfish make being two feel like being one so effortlessly, so easily that they can’t help but belong together.
So here are two “soul mates” today, performing a dance that is always out of rhythm, but in time.