“So, here's the barn then,” Cory said as we turned the corner. The sight was impressive. Only a few of the steel trusses were left standing over the length of about two football fields. The stalls sat empty like gaping wounds.
“I wouldn’t be so into biking if it wasn’t for the community. I’ve played an instrument from 5th grade to today, but if it wasn’t for the community I wouldn’t keep getting more and more involved in it - in music…
“…not only does she know how to heal the body through the proper movement of muscles, tendons, bones, and ligaments, but she has this wisdom in tending to deeper, unseen wounds through the proper movement of truth, kindness, and faith.”
“Coming out of film, you're always realizing that there's this motion going on and how do you keep motion going? You just get dropped in and it's go, go, go. It's like a little ride.” He spoke with an air of satisfaction. “You get such a natural high off of seeking out a challenge like that and making it happen.”
“The day that I don't sit across the desk from somebody to do taxes, I'm done. Anybody can work numbers. My employees give me a bad time because they think I spend more time talking than I do getting the information, but I want people to know that what’s going on in their life matters to me. It’s important to get to know people.”
“But and you know,” he continued, “I think another thing that helps me to grieve is my belief that the work of grief is to transform the love you have for a person into a new kind of love and connection that extends beyond their death.