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The Book of Joy: How to Live Every Day of Your Life Happily Ever After
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Hello John, nice to find you on the web. I’ve been involved with Seth groups for over 25 years and got to go to Rob’s 80th birthday gathering in Elmira. I just looked up Tam’s name on Google and your site came up. We had become friends after a Colorado Seth conference some year back in Winter Park.
I also belong to the Black Sheep group that Madelon Rose Logue publishes a charming bi-monthly newsletter. Hope Tam is still around, he is a very fun and interesting guy.
Thanks and looking forward to your newsletter!
It sure is a small world, especially with the internet!
I’ve been involved with the Seth teachings since about 1980, and I remember Rob’s 80th birthday. Tam and I also become friends, in the mid-1980s. We stayed in touch over the years. I’m sorry to be the one to break this to you, but Tam died this past May. I really miss him!
Thanks very much for getting in touch. I hope you enjoy the newsletter. Happy Holidays!