Taking a Short Leave of Absence

March 23rd, 2009 by John Wolfe

I’ve been working on getting a new post together recently, but unfortunately received some very tragic and unexpected news about the death of a loved one. I’ll be taking a short leave for a while from posting any entries.

-I love you Jeff, and we miss you.-

8 Responses to “Taking a Short Leave of Absence”

  1. Goldie Says:

    John, ALL of my deepest prayers are with you and your family right now. I know how much Jeff meant to all of you and this is indeed a tragic loss. Please know and remember I’m always here for you, you can call me any time of day or night and if there is anything I can do to help, PLEASE tell me so. I’m sending you a huge warm long embrace dear friend and I am here for you on all levels possible. My prayers are with you and I’ve already prayed a special prayer this morning for Jeff and for you and your family. I love you all dearly…..call me for anything, please!

  2. John Wolfe Says:

    Thank you so much, Goldie, for the prayer, for your friendship and for the support. I truly appreciate it.

  3. Adam Says:

    So sorry to hear your sad news John. Like Goldie and I am sure many, many, others we are all keeping you in our prayers good friend.

  4. John Wolfe Says:

    Thank you, Adam. Your kind words and prayers mean a lot to me.

  5. Elaine Says:

    I’m very sorry to hear of your tragic loss, John. I hold the best wishes and prayers for you and your loved ones in my heart daily.

  6. John Wolfe Says:


    Thank you so much for your support and prayers.

  7. Esmari Says:

    Let us remind ourselves of what Abraham Hicks says about death.

  8. John Wolfe Says:


    Thank you for your message and support. I agree, it’s good to remind ourselves of teachings that help us to heal, but I feel it’s even more important to honor our own personal journey and exploration. Our individual journey and experiences help us far more than the teachings coming from another who’s outside our perspective.