I was a student at the University of Pennsylvania in the early 70's. Majoring in both psychology and biology, i had an unofficial minor in anthropology and took several courses with Dr. Wallace. His course in Culture and Personality resonated with me, and the issues of the interaction of how culture, psychology and biology intersect changed my entire world view of human interaction. Coming back to these thoughts in recent years, especially the issue of cultural change and the importance of how cultural paradigms work led me back to his writings, and i was perhaps not surprised, but saddened to hear of his passing. To his family, i thank you for having shared your father with the world. while there are only a few entries here, i can tell you that his thinking and knowledge have had a profound impact on the world, and may continue to do so for time to come. I have always been, and still remain a huge fan and admirer of his, despite not being specifically involved in this world for some time. I am glad to have returned, and to have the ability to reacquaint myself with his writings. thank you, and my best wishes to all of you.