THE HIDDEN LANGUAGE

SHARIAH TRUE

@shariahtrue

 

When I was younger, I was always fascinated with the idea of language. How we, as humans, communicate with one another intrigued me. In school, I remember attempting to comprehend the new trends and the new words being used in the hallways. And when you felt outside of that circle, you felt the inability to communicate. I felt lost. However, you begin to realize that once you step outside of that circle into the rest of the world, you begin to understand how universal language is. We all have different ways of communicating. In the United States, more than 20 percent of residents speak a language other than English. Wild. Every day, we always imagine that we all go through the same motions. Sometimes you forget just how many special and unique people you can meet. Unique people with different perspectives, different languages, and different traditions. And many of those traditions tend to be around the idea of art and music. This has allowed the world of art to become so diverse and so special because we all come from different backgrounds. We all have different history and different ways of expressing ourselves. One of these ways can be seen through the idea of dancing.

The ability to move and match the speed and rhythm of a piece of music has created a hidden language of art that many people become invested in. A language filled with no words, but a series of movements. The language that makes us feel free inside. And in the best of times, it makes us feel alive. It takes all our worries and throws them out the window. Because in that split second of your favorite song, you realize how amazing life is. You realize that this language is one that invites us all to participate in. It brings out the color in all of us, through constant movement and no words. This hidden language has captured the hearts and bodies of many young individuals in our society, like Shariah True. From Littleton, Colorado, Shariah is a 20 year old actor & dancer that has let the colorful language take over her soul.

Growing up as a competitive dancer, Shariah came to a crossroads in her junior year of high school. Ready for the next chapter, she had to make the decision of either joining a college dance team or moving to Los Angeles to pursue acting and dancing. Shariah ultimately decided to take the leap of faith and move to the city of Angels where her dancing career took off.


For Shariah, it has always been about inspiring. Whether it is on social media or in person, she always aims to assist people with their struggles in life. Whether it is relationship help, career advice, or even where to travel, Shariah always looks to be the person to help others.

Guiding others, Shariah carries a powerful mindset that allows her to spread color with her talent and her personality. The young creator believes that everything we go through as humans happens for a reason. The people we meet, the relationships, our path, it is all specific to who we are. And that does not just go for the good times. Through endless auditions, Shariah realizes that any negative experience can be turned into a positive one. Even if we do not like the outcome, we can always learn something through it that makes us better as an individual.

At just the age of 20 years old, Shariah has quite the impressive resume. Having the opportunity to work on set with artists like Meghan Trainor and CNCO are among Shariah’s favorite experiences, but any opportunity to be with fellow actors is an accomplishment for herself. Being able to work with other actors and dancers who have the same passion speaks loudly to where she came from and who she has become. Meeting other individuals with unalike herself has led Shariah to a blossoming young career.

With language, we are able to communicate and express ourselves freely. Although, some languages are more powerful than just words. The hidden language of art, dancing, has become a very popular way of expressing ourselves in today’s age. The language of consistent movement and endless rhythm allows us to create color with our bodies and express ourselves, just like Shariah. Being the first dancer invited into the Kolorhouse, Shariah True is one of the special few that can spread color throughout our house with the movement of her body and the brightness of her character.

"Be good to people for no reason." - Shariah True

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