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On resolutions, bucket lists, and a new year

I love reflection, and therefore, I often find myself in the business of making resolutions - whether or not it is a new year.  Last year, I promised myself I would make a commitment to being brave and to being vulnerable. When I made that resolution, I envisioned standing in the front row at an audition, showing emotion on stage, and spending time with the people I love. I did none of those things this year - there were no auditions, no performances, no gatherings. Instead, I had to practice bravery and vulnerability in new and very challenging ways. I learned how fragile and precious and so very short life is. This taught me, again and again, how important it is to tell the people you love that you love them.  I've always loved learning how to communicate better. So much of my study of dance and language is about how to better share what I am thinking with other people. This year, communication became my lifeline. I have never been so grateful for Facetime and Zoom (as much as th

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