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December 26, 2014

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February 11, 2014
Was thinking of Sam today. I think of him often as I pass by one of the the apartments he lived in on the West Side a couple of times a month. Thanks for keeping the site up. It's a way for me to visit occasionally. I sure liked him.
November 12, 2012
Dear Suzanne,
Max sent this to me, and even though time has passed since Sam's death, I wanted to let you know how profoundly sorry I am to hear of this loss. There is nothing worse than losing a child. Everything I read tells me that he led an extraordinary life. I am so sorry.
June 17, 2011
My heart has broken discovering today that Sam is not with us now. I had the pleasure to know Sam as a dear friend in Boston where we grew up, help convince him that Parson's might be a good idea for growth, saw him design in New York. But I'm saddened that I did not get to know him as a therapist and as a practicing healer-what I saw him as back then. It makes sense to me he was a healer, practiced mindfully and strove to serve others. I know that he helped many people and enriched lives as he did mine just by being himself. I recall when I first heard "We can heal ourselves" and the idea for a center that could teach others to do it. (I think originally he set it floating on the Hudson which I thought brilliant). Sam will be always remembered with light. I recall he loved his sister dearly. I am envious of those of you who knew Sam while he lived in California, where I live now. I hope he enjoyed it as much as I do and I'd like him to know that he will be missed by the many people he touched and I'll always remembered him fondly as a student of life. (Warm hug)
September 22, 2010
I had the privilege of being a teacher to Sam at Parsons School of Design and a personal friend. I am blessed to have experienced his clarity and transformation from student to master of compassion intuition grace and love. I am so sad to hear of the loss of such a rare and bright light. I will always hold him near to my heart.
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