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Voice Post: part 3 - Gratitude & Wedding Plans!

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Sep. 12th, 2006 | 11:20 pm

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I don’t mean to imply that people haven’t been understanding of me having to budget my time, and thank you for that. Now that I am starting to feel, you know, a little lower energy, just please be understanding and do what you can.

I also am SO very grateful for my family and friends who have show up in so many ways. People are being very gracious with their time and their money, when they can, and believe me that is very, very helpful. My grandfather has been very generous recently with helping me pay my medical expenses.

Thank you so much Grandpa Max.

And other family members as well, my mom, my dad and Grandpa Irv.
Everyone has been so gracious. Friends everywhere I show up have been scheduling events where I can see everybody. That’s definitely the way to go - schedule something where everyone can show up at one place and I don’t have to spread my time out over the day because that’s when I get kind of exhausted.

Yeah, I guess that’s it.

Tomorrow I’ll post some more information and send out some emails about our wedding. Again, our civil ceremony is on September 22. We’re actually going to have the celebration of it – a reception and also a spiritual union at Golden Gate Park and I’ll speak more about that later.

Anyhow, also I just want to thank the transcribers that have been working on this site. Christina, in particular, has just been amazing.

If anybody has input on stuff that they would like me to do in terms of this site. Providing information, whatever. I realize not everyone reads this site, and they expect emails. I wish everyone would come here, it’d be a lot easier.

Anyway, lots of love, thank you, bye-bye.”

Transcribed by: cauch

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Comments {5}

Hello from Sitka

from: anonymous
date: Sep. 14th, 2006 05:15 pm (UTC)
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Jeremy,

Sorry it has taken me so long to post a comment on the blog. I have reading it regularly but have not wanted to post anything.

As you know we just finished the third and last Tongass tour this season for the markets campaign. Everything went very well. Our guests were, as usual, blown away by the place and by what is happening to it. It has been extra fun for me to learn more about Japan and to meet such interesting folks from there. I just wish that you could have joined us.

I think about you alot while I am out and about. My healing energies are directed toward you often. This weekend Corrie and I will be camping on one of our nearby mountains and I plan to take some silent time to think about your healing campaign.

Please call me if you ever feel like talking.

Brian

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jerumi

Re: Hello from Sitka

from: jerumi
date: Sep. 17th, 2006 04:30 am (UTC)
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Hi Brian :)

I certainly miss being a part of the tours and spending time with you in SE Alaska. I trust that you are doing your best to save that special place..

Thank You so much for your support and energy. I want to get up there as soon as I can!

All the Best,
Jeremy

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politics

from: anonymous
date: Sep. 15th, 2006 12:33 pm (UTC)
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If you feel like it sometime, I'd love to hear your perspective on the politics of cancer. We all learned so much when folks like ACTUP! exposed the politics of HIV/AIDS and American disease management in general. I'm wondering if you're starting to develop a political view of your experience.

Health and peace,
Butch

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jerumi

Re: politics

from: jerumi
date: Sep. 17th, 2006 04:33 am (UTC)
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Thanks for asking Butch, they are developing and when I have time and mental space to articulate my views, I will.

Much Love,
Jeremy

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hello

from: jessicavioletta
date: Sep. 17th, 2006 04:50 pm (UTC)
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Jeremy,

I just did a download of the last posts you have left. Thank you so much for sharing your experience with us, your frineds and family and making it public for others. Your work on sharing your experience with us is tramendous. I think it embodies what you are trying to do with Healing the Roots Foundation.

As you know I have been dealing with my fathers serious injuries and it is so hard for me to know how to get help with that and help others who are going through simialr spontaneous health transformations (his injuries are due to a car accident). And your example through this site gives me inspiration. Thank you.

The imense Kindness, Patience and Force to Struggle you bring to your Healing Campaign (I really like that framing) is a lesson for all of us.

I am not totally clear from reading the posts if you will be able to stay in Sausilito to do the G-Vax therapy or not. But if Portland is still in your horizons I know some great past SFT board members who live there; a great organic farmer and another Tibetan girlfriend.

Have a ball at the wedding! And send my love to Beth.

PS- Can you sign me up to be a transcriber? (I am not sure how to do it)
Jessica

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