Update on Susan Forums Reflections & Memories The loveliest spirit, delightful Susan

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    • #1775

      I have a hard time believing or accepting, what my whole being doesn’t want to believe, that Susan, so vital, so dear, is no longer in our midst.

      Susan is perhaps the loveliest and most alive person I have known. Twice I was chatting with Susan on the street when someone I knew passed by. Later they asked me, “Who was that beautiful person you were with?” Susan’s beauty was not like Angelina Jolie or Beyoncé [sp?]: It flowed from inward outward lighting up her being.

      When I phoned Susan, it was a pleasure, even when she wasn’t there. Even for the short space of an answering machine message, she couldn’t keep her laughter and warmth out of it.

      She was the person in Washington who most appreciated what I was doing. Doubtless other people felt the same.

      Goodbye, dear Susan, we loved you and always will. More than words can say, thank you for being here.

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      John Henkel

      Beautiful, Jeffrey. We are all stunned. Thanks for a lovely portrait of Susan.

    • #1783

      Jeffrey, Susan sent us your book “Enlightenment Town” last summer before we left for Crestone. (We love the book.) She spoke very affectionately of you. May we all find and rest in the deep heart of kindness and peace as Susan continues to help us touch and channel that radiance. Take care of yourself, we all support each other in our grief and in our gratitude for knowing Susan. Maura Peglar Ames,IA

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