Excerpt from a reading Corey had with Gloria Karpinski when she turned 20. Karpinski describes a vision she is having of Corey at the age of 28 or 29, including: "warrior's clothing, like Zena. A short skirt, high boots, a belt with different symbols studded around it, a quiver of arrows around it. Tied around your neck is a queen's cape, and in your hand is a torch, and the fire is blazing, a very powerful symbol. Around your neck is a philosopher's stone, a natural stone with a hole in the middle. A very meaningful symbol for you, because it was a symbol you wore once as a symbol of your authority, like a priestess role. You're wearing that, and the Zena outfit indicates the warrior part of you...warrior as in aligning yourself with a cause you believe in and fighting for it. The quiver is an ability to target things in a very specific way...this quiver means the ability to go to the heart of the matter.... The belt has studded on its symbols...you intend to be powerful in a female body...these are symbols of power...one of them is another torch; the torch is the symbol of carrying enlightenment. The torch leads the way, it goes into the darkness and illuminates the darkness. Also on the belt are two crossed figures, like the comedy and tragedy mask...you know how to use the arts as a way to tell the truth. There is also a quill...."
January 18, 1984, when Corey was eleven years old, she wrote in her journal about wanting peace on earth, and a cure for cancer and for AIDS, and she dreamed of becoming president to make the world a better place. Thank you, Corey, for your big beautiful compassionate heart.