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David Clark



Average rating: 3.9 · 13,317 ratings · 1,470 reviews · 338 distinct worksSimilar authors
Tao of Charlie Munger: A Co...

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“...While grace does do away with the need for good works, it’s grace which also makes good works truly possible. If good works don’t play into your salvation, then doing them is a sheer act of love, both for those they benefit and to God. It’s a way of solving the conundrum of how can a good work be truly good if the doer of the work expects to benefit from it in any way."
-David Clark”
David Clark

“People are trying to be smart—all I am trying to do is not to be idiotic, but it’s harder than most people think.”
David Clark, Tao of Charlie Munger: A Compilation of Quotes from Berkshire Hathaway's Vice Chairman on Life, Business, and the Pursuit of Wealth With Commentary by David Clark

“I had witnessed first-hand that once I changed my vision of who I was in my career, my actions and behaviors in my work life changed immediately, permanently. Conversely, other times when I just tried to modify what I was doing daily in my behavior (follow up more on calls, be more organized, etc.), those changes were fleeting and I ended up right back where I started. The bottom line is this—we act in ways that support our true image of who we are. We do it without effort or struggle; we simple “are that person.”
David Clark, Out There: A Story of Ultra Recovery

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