That never changes. Only a few blocks from his apartment on Delaware Avenue but another life from that five-year prison term and only a few training days before a flight west after explaining that “rules don’t apply to everyone,” Bernard Hopkins was almost wistful, but never, not for an instant, unfocused. “Just because you started off one way don’t mean the ending of the book has to be the way you started,” Hopkins said. “Most people remember the ending of the book more than the beginning and the middle. To make them talk about the book, they must have a memory of the ending. Visit This LinkI am the ending of my book.” http://www.feelfreemaldives.com/justinmooreproject/2016/12/08/background-advice-on-trouble-free-solutions-in-career-for-medicineThe final in-the-ring chapter looms. “You’re looking at a guy that will be 52 in less than 60 days, with the body like a 25-year-old,” Hopkins said. Hopkins looked at his questioners and asked globally about the rest of the planet: “How do you really feel about yourself? Are you really happy with yourself? Are you happy with what you became in life? Did you reach your full potential like I’ve done many times?” He has, of course, so many times that it’s hard to count that high.
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