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Hi I'm Cory Miller

I'm a Child Entertainer (Clown).. and I am a Mormon.

About Me

Husband, Father, Brother, Son, Singer/song writer, choir boy, poet, artist, musician, dancer, observer of people, protector of children, jester of jerks, Lover of women (a little feminine, not ashamed)... I first and foremost am a clown (exaggerated form of the human condition).. and try to speak in the language of love.. I like to make things light, but realize the importance to stay grounded .

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in a troubled home, not always attending or understanding the church, but believing in God and feeling the spirit testify of truth.. On a personal note as a young child I made a deal with God that I would try to learn how to be a better father than I had been given... and would figure out a way to make it work. I got lost a few times a long the way.. I suffer from selective and short term memory (it's called the human condition).. As a Senior in High School... through great friends and examples in the arts (Choir and Drama) I came to notice a very real difference in the countenance and strength of some of my LDS friends, also, I love life and live love.. and this was true love.. I loved these girls.. and didn't want to hurt them...I wanted what they had.. to experience the real joy and peace of the gospel.. but I had something they didn't.. I called it experience (Street skills).. and that experience robbed me of my innocence.. and these girls where innocent.. and the only way to return to innocence is through the Atonement.. which I found, and pray to never lose again.

How I live my faith

I try to integrate the teachings of the gospel in all aspects of my life. I hope to inspire and uplift the younger generations by teaching them how to be true to themselves and live eternal principles.. I hope to convey and serve as a testament to the power man has over his own destiny when living correct principles and the power of acceptance, Love, forgiveness, Mercy, Justice, and Honor.