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Mariel Martin | Heartbeat

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Uploaded on Feb 10, 2011

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Hello! This is my choreography to Nneka's "Heartbeat." The subject matter is something that has been on my heart for awhile now, something that God continues to remind me of and I feel pushed to confront it in many ways, dance being one. The main point of this video is to put something out there. Something that we might not think about daily that we probably should. Something that we probably brush aside or forget about easily that we shouldn't. I firmly believe that if you are someone who is given so much that you have a responsibility to give, whether it be your time, your money, your care, your help, or your love. That depends on what God puts on your heart. I also believe in the power of unity and in our generation to come together to love those who suffer. Each of us have different paths, but we must pursue them for the right motives and for the benefit of not only ourselves. A selfish life doesn't have the impact it's meant to. A huge thank you to Keone Madrid, Jillian Meyers, Dana Wilson, and Shaun Evaristo for helping me make this happen. Also thank you to Daniel Lee Spur from Who Cares!? crew in Hannover, Germany for giving me this song. And of course, all glory to my Lord, thank you for dance and for your love.

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