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Be happy for every opportunity you get in this life, enjoy it and work hard to make the best of it ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿผโšฝ๐Ÿ“ โ€ข โ€ข @ ginga_university players getting ready for another challenge ๐Ÿ’ฏ โ€ข โ€ข





















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21 gennaio 2020

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Mini clip di #bluparte2 di @elisatoffoli e @rkomi 😊❤️🎶
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#rkomi #elisa #singing #sing #song #music #musicians #musician #life #passion #emotion #love #artist #lovethissong #tiktok #musica (presso Rome, Italy)
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Mars, planet of aggression, action and sex.

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Mars rules our animal instincts for aggression, anger, and survival. Our sexual desires come under the rule of Mars. 

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Mars is the push that gets us out of bed in the morning, our drive and desire nature, and our active energy. When we are “acting out” our Mars, we are assertive, directed, forthright, and adventurous.

Mars is there, waiting to be reached.

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I would like to die on Mars.

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Your Mess is Your Message (Shoulder Update - Blog Style)

Life was ok after surgery. I was blissfully ignorant on my pain meds and travels to Florida and Costa Rica, safely in my cast as a crutch. 


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Life was even ok when I was choreographing Chicago and focused on pouring my energy into the cast and production. 


And then I went back to auditioning and training, and I completely fell apart. My focus went entirely on myself because I never felt like I was enough. I wasn’t thin enough. I wasn’t back in shape fast enough. I wasn’t dancing the way I used to fast enough. I was watching all of my friends living their dreams, and living the dreams I wanted and I felt trapped in a purgatory between not being able to do anything and having an excuse, and not being able to live my dream. The deeper I let myself spiral, the uglier it became, until next thing I know, I was head first in a toilet… AGAIN


I mean I swore to myself I would NEVER spiral down to that point again. I would never starve myself again. I would never binge again. I would never exercise like a maniac again. I would never throw up again. I would never throw up for hours on end again. 


And I did. 


I broke the biggest promise I made to myself. 


I left therapy too soon, especially in the middle of a hard time, and I didn’t have the tools I needed to catch the spiral snowball, before it grew from a little handful of snow at the top of a mountain, to a massive snowball traveling lightning speed down the massive mountain equivalent to Everest, in my mind.

“Life is perfectly designed exactly where you are, in order to get where you want to go.” - Thomas


I came home, again. Ballroom was still tugging on my heart strings. And Martìn called me and asked me to assist on Shrek this year. 


Me?

Me.

The broken girl who felt anything but capable of leading a cast. It was the challenge I needed to get back on my feet. I went back to therapy. I still go to therapy. I STILL struggle, but the struggle is now a victory instead of a losing battle. 


The gift of being in a position of leadership where people look up to you and follow your example, may be the gift to be the person you have always wanted to be. 


You can do it. 


Ballroom is therapy. The gift of human connection shines through ballroom and saved my lonely, isolated spirit, and it’s the gift and passion I’m now sharing with others. 


Your mess is your message. Be grateful for the hard times, because they give you the strength of a warrior when you work through them. 


Xo M