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  • Beth T
    Bruce, My thoughts are with you. I am sorry for your loss. Beth
    Message 1 of 9 , Jun 12, 2011
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      Bruce,
      My thoughts are with you. I am sorry for your loss.
      Beth

      Bruce Morgen <editor@...> wrote:

      >
      >Julia Louise Morgenheim nee
      >Spatz, aka "Julie Morgen"
      >but much preferring "just
      >Julie," born August 22nd,
      >1953, died June 12th 2011.
      >My life's companion, my
      >most trusted confidante,
      >the mother of our precious
      >and remarkable children,
      >our immeasurable loss.
      >
      >She loved unconditionally,
      >laughed uncontrollably, and
      >lit up innumerable lives
      >with her unfettered, earthy
      >wit and utter lack of
      >pretense. To the very end,
      >her courage was astonishing.
      >
      >"Bruce, some things just *are*."
      >
      > -- just Julie
      >
    • sandeep chatterjee
      (((((((((Bruce))))))))) ________________________________ From: Bruce Morgen To: guruRatings@yahoogroups.com Cc:
      Message 2 of 9 , Jun 12, 2011
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        (((((((((Bruce)))))))))



        From: Bruce Morgen <editor@...>
        To: guruRatings@yahoogroups.com
        Cc: meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com; NondualitySalon@yahoogroups.com; byrdmaniaxlist@yahoogroups.com; Richard Thompson Discussion List <rt@...>; bear@...; Tiger Williams <Tigertrax0018@...>; zweimanj@...; Katwalkesq@...; Mark Virgilio <marklift1@...>; Barry Tanenbaum <editor@...>; Becky Lawrence <becky@...>; "billnbecky@..." <billnbecky@...>; jody <jodyr@...>; Tim Gerchmez <core101@...>; Tarot@...; vc <aflowing@...>; Jane Warrick <janewarrick@...>; Evanine <evaine13@...>; Rhonda <rolondas2@...>; Michele Morrison <MMorrison@...>; BooksIsFun@...
        Sent: Monday, June 13, 2011 12:44 AM
        Subject: [Meditation Society of America] I remember the very last time she smiled.

         

        Julia Louise Morgenheim nee
        Spatz, aka "Julie Morgen"
        but much preferring "just
        Julie," born August 22nd,
        1953, died June 12th 2011.
        My life's companion, my
        most trusted confidante,
        the mother of our precious
        and remarkable children,
        our immeasurable loss.

        She loved unconditionally,
        laughed uncontrollably, and
        lit up innumerable lives
        with her unfettered, earthy
        wit and utter lack of
        pretense.  To the very end,
        her courage was astonishing.

        "Bruce, some things just *are*."

                    -- just Julie



      • Aideen Mckenna
        Oh, how hard to bear. So sorry. Aideen From: meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com [mailto:meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Bruce
        Message 3 of 9 , Jun 13, 2011
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          Oh, how hard to bear.  So sorry.

          Aideen

           

          From: meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com [mailto:meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Bruce Morgen
          Sent: June-12-11 12:15 PM
          To: guruRatings@yahoogroups.com
          Cc: meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com; NondualitySalon@yahoogroups.com; byrdmaniaxlist@yahoogroups.com; Richard Thompson Discussion List; bear@...; Tiger Williams; zweimanj@...; Katwalkesq@...; Mark Virgilio; Barry Tanenbaum; Becky Lawrence; billnbecky@...; jody; Tim Gerchmez; Tarot@...; vc; Jane Warrick; Evanine; Rhonda; Michele Morrison; BooksIsFun@...
          Subject: [Meditation Society of America] I remember the very last time she smiled.

           

           


          Julia Louise Morgenheim nee
          Spatz, aka "Julie Morgen"
          but much preferring "just
          Julie," born August 22nd,
          1953, died June 12th 2011.
          My life's companion, my
          most trusted confidante,
          the mother of our precious
          and remarkable children,
          our immeasurable loss.

          She loved unconditionally,
          laughed uncontrollably, and
          lit up innumerable lives
          with her unfettered, earthy
          wit and utter lack of
          pretense.  To the very end,
          her courage was astonishing.

          "Bruce, some things just *are*."

                      -- just Julie

        • Reynold Wingate
          My condolence! I have known you all these years through what you shared here. Most of the time, I was silent but admired your insights. I sense the sorrow of
          Message 4 of 9 , Jun 13, 2011
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            My condolence! I have known you all these years through what you shared here. Most of the time, I was silent but admired your insights. I sense the sorrow of your private loss and pray that, if anything, it changes you for the better in your thoughts and actions.
            Rey


            From: Bruce Morgen <editor@...>
            To: guruRatings@yahoogroups.com
            Cc: meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com; NondualitySalon@yahoogroups.com; byrdmaniaxlist@yahoogroups.com; Richard Thompson Discussion List <rt@...>; bear@...; Tiger Williams <Tigertrax0018@...>; zweimanj@...; Katwalkesq@...; Mark Virgilio <marklift1@...>; Barry Tanenbaum <editor@...>; Becky Lawrence <becky@...>; "billnbecky@..." <billnbecky@...>; jody <jodyr@...>; Tim Gerchmez <core101@...>; Tarot@...; vc <aflowing@...>; Jane Warrick <janewarrick@...>; Evanine <evaine13@...>; Rhonda <rolondas2@...>; Michele Morrison <MMorrison@...>; BooksIsFun@...
            Sent: Monday, 13 June 2011 03:14:53
            Subject: [Meditation Society of America] I remember the very last time she smiled.

             


            Julia Louise Morgenheim nee
            Spatz, aka "Julie Morgen"
            but much preferring "just
            Julie," born August 22nd,
            1953, died June 12th 2011.
            My life's companion, my
            most trusted confidante,
            the mother of our precious
            and remarkable children,
            our immeasurable loss.

            She loved unconditionally,
            laughed uncontrollably, and
            lit up innumerable lives
            with her unfettered, earthy
            wit and utter lack of
            pretense.  To the very end,
            her courage was astonishing.

            "Bruce, some things just *are*."

                        -- just Julie

          • Bruce Morgen
            Yes, it seems.
            Message 5 of 9 , Jun 13, 2011
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              Yes, it seems.



              On 6/12/2011 10:53 PM, sandeep chatterjee wrote:
              (((((((((Bruce)))))))))



              From: Bruce Morgen <editor@...>
              To: guruRatings@yahoogroups.com
              Cc: meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com; NondualitySalon@yahoogroups.com; byrdmaniaxlist@yahoogroups.com; Richard Thompson Discussion List <rt@...>; bear@...; Tiger Williams <Tigertrax0018@...>; zweimanj@...; Katwalkesq@...; Mark Virgilio <marklift1@...>; Barry Tanenbaum <editor@...>; Becky Lawrence <becky@...>; "billnbecky@..." <billnbecky@...>; jody <jodyr@...>; Tim Gerchmez <core101@...>; Tarot@...; vc <aflowing@...>; Jane Warrick <janewarrick@...>; Evanine <evaine13@...>; Rhonda <rolondas2@...>; Michele Morrison <MMorrison@...>; BooksIsFun@...
              Sent: Monday, June 13, 2011 12:44 AM
              Subject: [Meditation Society of America] I remember the very last time she smiled.

               

              Julia Louise Morgenheim nee
              Spatz, aka "Julie Morgen"
              but much preferring "just
              Julie," born August 22nd,
              1953, died June 12th 2011.
              My life's companion, my
              most trusted confidante,
              the mother of our precious
              and remarkable children,
              our immeasurable loss.

              She loved unconditionally,
              laughed uncontrollably, and
              lit up innumerable lives
              with her unfettered, earthy
              wit and utter lack of
              pretense.  To the very end,
              her courage was astonishing.

              "Bruce, some things just *are*."

                          -- just Julie




            • Bruce Morgen
              Thank you, Aideen.
              Message 6 of 9 , Jun 13, 2011
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                Thank you, Aideen.



                On 6/13/2011 3:17 AM, Aideen Mckenna wrote:

                Oh, how hard to bear.  So sorry.

                Aideen

                 

                From: meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com [mailto:meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Bruce Morgen
                Sent: June-12-11 12:15 PM
                To: guruRatings@yahoogroups.com
                Cc: meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com; NondualitySalon@yahoogroups.com; byrdmaniaxlist@yahoogroups.com; Richard Thompson Discussion List; bear@...; Tiger Williams; zweimanj@...; Katwalkesq@...; Mark Virgilio; Barry Tanenbaum; Becky Lawrence; billnbecky@...; jody; Tim Gerchmez; Tarot@...; vc; Jane Warrick; Evanine; Rhonda; Michele Morrison; BooksIsFun@...
                Subject: [Meditation Society of America] I remember the very last time she smiled.

                 

                 


                Julia Louise Morgenheim nee
                Spatz, aka "Julie Morgen"
                but much preferring "just
                Julie," born August 22nd,
                1953, died June 12th 2011.
                My life's companion, my
                most trusted confidante,
                the mother of our precious
                and remarkable children,
                our immeasurable loss.

                She loved unconditionally,
                laughed uncontrollably, and
                lit up innumerable lives
                with her unfettered, earthy
                wit and utter lack of
                pretense.  To the very end,
                her courage was astonishing.

                "Bruce, some things just *are*."

                            -- just Julie


              • Bruce Morgen
                Thank you, Rey.
                Message 7 of 9 , Jun 13, 2011
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                  Thank you, Rey.



                  On 6/13/2011 3:32 AM, Reynold Wingate wrote:
                  My condolence! I have known you all these years through what you shared here. Most of the time, I was silent but admired your insights. I sense the sorrow of your private loss and pray that, if anything, it changes you for the better in your thoughts and actions.
                  Rey


                  From: Bruce Morgen <editor@...>
                  To: guruRatings@yahoogroups.com
                  Cc: meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com; NondualitySalon@yahoogroups.com; byrdmaniaxlist@yahoogroups.com; Richard Thompson Discussion List <rt@...>; bear@...; Tiger Williams <Tigertrax0018@...>; zweimanj@...; Katwalkesq@...; Mark Virgilio <marklift1@...>; Barry Tanenbaum <editor@...>; Becky Lawrence <becky@...>; "billnbecky@..." <billnbecky@...>; jody <jodyr@...>; Tim Gerchmez <core101@...>; Tarot@...; vc <aflowing@...>; Jane Warrick <janewarrick@...>; Evanine <evaine13@...>; Rhonda <rolondas2@...>; Michele Morrison <MMorrison@...>; BooksIsFun@...
                  Sent: Monday, 13 June 2011 03:14:53
                  Subject: [Meditation Society of America] I remember the very last time she smiled.

                   


                  Julia Louise Morgenheim nee
                  Spatz, aka "Julie Morgen"
                  but much preferring "just
                  Julie," born August 22nd,
                  1953, died June 12th 2011.
                  My life's companion, my
                  most trusted confidante,
                  the mother of our precious
                  and remarkable children,
                  our immeasurable loss.

                  She loved unconditionally,
                  laughed uncontrollably, and
                  lit up innumerable lives
                  with her unfettered, earthy
                  wit and utter lack of
                  pretense.  To the very end,
                  her courage was astonishing.

                  "Bruce, some things just *are*."

                              -- just Julie



                • Bruce Morgen
                  Thank you, Beth.
                  Message 8 of 9 , Jun 13, 2011
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                    Thank you, Beth.



                    On 6/12/2011 5:05 PM, Beth T wrote:
                    > Bruce,
                    > My thoughts are with you. I am sorry for your loss.
                    > Beth
                    >
                    > Bruce Morgen<editor@...> wrote:
                    >
                    >> Julia Louise Morgenheim nee
                    >> Spatz, aka "Julie Morgen"
                    >> but much preferring "just
                    >> Julie," born August 22nd,
                    >> 1953, died June 12th 2011.
                    >> My life's companion, my
                    >> most trusted confidante,
                    >> the mother of our precious
                    >> and remarkable children,
                    >> our immeasurable loss.
                    >>
                    >> She loved unconditionally,
                    >> laughed uncontrollably, and
                    >> lit up innumerable lives
                    >> with her unfettered, earthy
                    >> wit and utter lack of
                    >> pretense. To the very end,
                    >> her courage was astonishing.
                    >>
                    >> "Bruce, some things just *are*."
                    >>
                    >> -- just Julie
                    >>
                    >
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