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Brian Patrick Cork is living the Authentic Life

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May16

I’ve just met with one of those people that change and affect everyone around them, always. I’m standing here thinking, “do we allow good things to happen, or make great things occur?

I’m inspired.

he was more interested in capturing what was happening on the day. I think he’s like a guy poised with a butterfly net and waiting for that “moment of truth” to go by.

but, he can recognize that moment for what it means and what it might be worth. and, he evidently makes it work for everyone around him.

updated 05/17/2011 with two additional thoughts:

your outer life is your reputation with people, but your inner life is your reputation with God.

and,

thankfulness depends on what is in your heart, not what is in your hand.

living for the moment, and your fellow man. that’s a great life and example.

peace be to my Brothers and Sisters.

brian patrick cork

2 Comments to

“brian cork IN Life”

  1. Avatar May 17th, 2011 at 10:41 am Aaron Masih Says:

    Not only that, but when you are content with having your inner reputation and outer reputation in concert rather than in conflict, your probability of Joy (not short-term emotional highs, but long lasting contentment, peace, and satisfaction) is colossal.


  2. Avatar May 17th, 2011 at 11:01 am Aaron Masih Says:

    I also posted a response on my blog…

    http://www.aaronxperience.com/2011/05/17/start-with-a-purpose/


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