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Wow just got back from an 18 day tour. It was awesome seeing those little kiddo’s eyes light up! I love my job. I get to be with my best friend and awaken peoples Hearts to their true potential and it’s always great when you get the teachers coming up to you after the program and say wow I’ve never seen my kids so well behaved. And that’s when I say it’s easy when you are in the moment and show them respect and have fun. Just be spontaneous and your kids will listen to every word you say. I guess people forget to smile, laugh and play and that’s my wish for you – take the time to nurture yourself. If you don’t give to yourself, who will? Start thinking outside of the box. Life is to serious to be serious, break free from the humdrum habits that you have formed and maybe it’s time to create a new plan. One that includes you on the top of your list. Whatever you do, do it for you. OK? OK! Now go have some fun.

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Present Moment

“Every single person on the planet and every single Consciousness in the Universe has the same experience of being here and having a desire to be there. In other words, it is the promise of this eternal Universe… You’re always, always, always going to be on your way to something more—always. And when you relax and accept that, and stop beating up on yourself for not being someplace that you’re not, and instead, start embracing where you are while you keep your eye on where you’re going—now life becomes really, really, really fun.” ~ Unknown

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Yesterday Megan, our booking agent sent us this video of a 7-year old autistic girl named Gina Marie Incandela singing the national anthem at an Orlando Magic game during their playoff series against the Boston Celtics. Talk about inspiration. This little girl has such a powerful voice, you would expect it to be coming out of someone at least 3 times her age, and about 3 times her body weight!

Just before the age of 2 Gina Marie was diagnosed with autism. She could not even speak until she was 3 years old. Now she’s 7 and she is singing the National Anthem at professional sports games and concerts across the country. Her parents sent her to a school for kids with special needs because when she tried to speak she had trouble forming words. Her teachers at the school used music to help her with her language skills. Who could have known what a gift Gina had?

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