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rules today that pave The Road for tomorrow

February18

desire

awareness

meaning

choice

love

change

giving

gratitude

reciprocity

I say it probably starts with awareness, and refine that with self-awareness. then you get to invoke change from within that gets reflected outward. that requires a desire for change that is drawn from choice. that brings meaning to why we should feel gratitude around doing things we love, for people that we value. if you believe that giving as much as you take, if not more, then finally reciprocity finds itself in the formula for success at life.

everything else is a burning platform.

“We all need a road that we can find that gives us love and peace of mind” – Songwriter Randy Thorderson

peace be to my Brothers and Sisters.

brian patrick cork

2 Comments to

“rules today that pave The Road for tomorrow”

  1. Avatar February 19th, 2013 at 7:34 am The Unsinkable brian cork™ » Blog Archive » desire Says:

    [...] rules today that pave The Road for tomorrow [...]


  2. Avatar February 23rd, 2013 at 10:34 am The Unsinkable brian cork™ » Blog Archive » awareness Says:

    [...] rules today that pave The Road for tomorrow, but also, why change need not be arbitrary. [...]


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