A preview of some of the festivities going on tonight at LA Live for the Kings’ playoff game and also how fabulous the Classic Chinese Dance production called Shen Yun was; which I saw today at the Microsoft Theatre next to the Staples Center at exciting and very vibrant LA Live.
I took the relatively new Los Angeles train down to LA Live which is not only convenient, it is a lot of fun too and some of the scenery from the windows is beautiful and some is very artistic.
I went to the matinee performance of Shen Yun and when I arrived at LA Live they were setting up for the band and other festivities for tonight’s Kings’ game as the photos below show.
Also, one of the photos is of me in front of the famous Sculpture Garden in front of Staples Center of some Sports Legends. The players as well as their sculptures are truly amazing.
Another photo is of me with the sculpture of the legendary announcer Chick Hearn.
Shen Yun is a show of many Classical Chinese Dances and each one tells a very profound and beautiful story about Truth, Love, Kindness, Compassion and the beauty of God and Nature.
Classical Chinese dances incorporate ballet, gymnastics, acrobatics, marshal art and other forms of dance with very elaborate colorful, beaded costumes along with scarves, fans, handkerchiefs, flowers, books, feathers, archery bows and other accessories which go along with the specific story of the dance. All the dancers have great talent and can move their bodies in amazing ways wearing headdresses, jewels and other accessories.
Plus, the Orchestra is comprised of both American and Chinese instruments. One of the talented musicians played on stage the erhu. (great scrabble word). This instrument reminded me of a violin but it is just one stick with strings and a bow. Opera singers sang meaningful songs in Chinese with the words shown on the screen behind them with beautiful pictures describing the words.
***** I was truly impressed with the special effects and the scenery which was not only very colorful and picturesque; dancers appeared to come out of the scenery and then go back into the scenery just at the right moment and in the right spot. They even appeared to jump in and out of a pond and you could hear the water splashing.
I used binoculars my youngest son gave me before the Parental Alienation began when he was kind and thoughtful. The binoculars gave me another perspective of the dances because I could focus in on many of the beautiful details. I was also able to get a great aisle seat in the orchestra section so I had a fabulous view.
As my therapists told me to do to help me cope with the Parental Alienation; I have been creating new meanings in my life and having fun and meeting very kind people too. So if you want, try doing the same instead of living vicariously through others. The United States has so many beautiful places and fun things to do. Plus, as I also have done; I have made time for my hobbies and developed new ones too.
This week has started out to be wonderful and I am very hopeful it will continue to be since I have oral arguments on Thursday before the Court of Appeal regarding fraudulent, invalid restraining orders and stay-away orders and their renewal.
The facts prove the truth and incriminate the Evil Predators even more. I am really looking forward to exposing more of this horrible truth and I have an hour to speak and I am all prepared.
This is all part of obtaining Justice because as many Chinese depicted in the Shen Yun dances as well as others and history has proven; Truth, Love, Equal Rights and Justice will prevail.
I will keep you posted about the upcoming oral arguments.
In the meantime keep spreading the truth about OUR REVOLUTION to end the terror, torture, abuse and oppression of Parental Alienation and to restore Love, Truth, Compassion, Equal Rights and Justice for ALL.
-By Sara Hassman, Parental Alienation Solutions, Founder;www.PAlienation.org
Parental Alienation is a form of abuse that destroys the sacred bond between a loving parent and their child at the time of a divorce. (Child includes teen and young adult children).