Our cultural mind-set primes us to fear, terror, anxiety and the word too often used – tragedy – when we get a bad diagnosis. But that isn’t written in stone. You can meet your life, your illness and your death however the heck you want to. I find this lady just inspiring. I hope it makes you smile. This is just before her surgery for a double mastectomy. Obviously she’s done some fine dancing before. The fact is, I believe healing is to be found everywhere. Why not dance?
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