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September 21, 2018

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September 12, 2011
working late, playing catch-up on projects, papers, and plans. struggling with how to phrase a cool concept on networks and creativity.

i pick up the phone to call Naim, knowing he'll bounce something off my thick skull that will suddenly make sense out of my confusion.

then i remember i can't call big brother Kenny-Donald-Naim, that is, unless i invent something really special. something in line with the "quantum" thing he was always bugging me (and everyone else) about.

the idea of thinking, that's exactly what he would expect, i.e., that i should pick up the phone and try calling anyway, makes me cry and smile and remember.

this is what it feels like to miss Naim.
September 11, 2011
I met Naim in 2006, at a Retreat of TWOT (The Way of Truth.org). He and Connie always stayed in my thoughts, in that they left a profound mark on my spirit. Naim's talent came from the far corners of this Universe. Thank you for sharing with me what it would be like to travel to other dimensions, through your music. I will never forget you, YOU ARE always in my heart . Love and Blessings to you, my darling Connie and Olivia!!!!!!!!!!! Barbara Brown Louya, [email protected]
July 6, 2011
Once upon a time in my life I enjoyed the company, wisdom, love, and friendship of a very special person. His name was Naim. He was my very close friend for nearly fourteen years of my life. We enjoyed conversations on music, flute and bass playing, science fiction, StarTrek, movies, drumming, relationships, shamanism, philosophy, and much more. He was the kind of friend you share your personal darkness with. The kind of friend you call when your life is on the line. The kind of friend you share your sweetest victories with. I had the honor of receiving his light, shared in my service... He was the kind of friend you never imagine living your life without. Until they're gone. It's been months since he has passed and the tears still come as I write this. He knew how special he was to me. If you are fortunate to have a friend like that, tell them TODAY what they mean to you! Don't wait. It wil be good for you and them. Namaste.
Douglas J.
July 3, 2011
A lot of us who know Naim in beginning in high school knew him as Kenny or as Spider. He was my friend, we hung out at Linden Beach every summer, we were in the same musical groups, and even marched in the Rose Parade together in 1963. He was great at basketball, he played a mean trombone. After he left Long Beach City College we lost touch for many years but Bill Steck, a mutual friend reconnected us. All of us who grew up together in Long Beach will miss him.