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grandad always revisited


Stopping, perhaps for just a moment, to consider my options and my blessings.

My Granddad did many great things with his life (especially be in my life). But, he probably said a lot of really terrific things that helped many other people be inspired to be a better man than himself.

The best thing he ever said around me was:

“If you must judge a fellow, do it by the people around him”.

I know. I know. I know. You’ve read that here many a time.

But, nary a day passes when the words realize ever greater meaning in my own life.

Peace be to my Brothers and Sisters.

Brian Patrick Cork

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“grandad always revisited”

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