Tuesday, July 7

the sounds of silence...

gotten plenty of messages re my perceived silence and M.J.-never assume, and try not to project.
- i have my own brother who passed less than a year ago to still process. i believe as sad as it is when a soul moves on it, its life force goes on... it is the people left behind who suffer....
i think M.J. and my own brother Roc Wolfgang Reeder are surfing silver waves of galaxy w/ a freedom they never had in their earthly personalities. i have addressed this in earlier blog btw...
and on that note-
"and the sign said, "the words of the prophets are written on the subway walls And tenement halls" and whispered in the sounds of silence...'-S&G


  1. I didn't know you were this deep. I'm happy i started reading your blog therefore you can become more then one of Kathy G's friends or the cute black girl from the craft OH GOD that was like forever ago now well anyway I enjoy your writing that's for letting us all into your souls message (it sounded better in my head then it looks on this page)

  2. My brother Gary died in a car accident on June 30, 2002. I know what you and the Jacksons have gone through. Let me know if you ever want to talk about it.

  3. I still don't understand people who take their own grieving process, and try to force feed it down the throat of others. Some people are silent, some folks grieve in public, others simply don't care, but no one's wrong..except the people who try to dictate how it should be done.

  4. Took me over 10 years to do Geno's piece. Take your time.
    I have said & completely agree... those that move on are just fine. It's those left behind that have the journey of emotions left.
    Peace & Light,

  5. Hello Rachel True. I didnt know your brother died. I didnt know you had a brother. I wish you strength as you grieve.

    I LOVE H&H, it shoudlnt have been cancelled. I see u s/t on KG's show.

    I think you're a great actress. I always preferred Mona over DD.

  6. R.I.P. M.J. & ROC!!!!

  7. There's just no pleasing some people. If you said something they'd criticize what you said, or how you said it, or how much you did/didn't say. If you don't say anything, same reaction. Forget 'em.

    BTW: lost a brother in '91. Every soul is unique, but a few are extra special. There are moments and situations in my life that only he would understand best; that's when I miss him and his peaceful, wise attitude the most.

  8. Interesting read. I had to revisit the blog you wrote about your brother. I just recently lost my mother who actually passed on her birthday. She promised she would make it to 80 and she did.

    Unfortunately I have known many that have passed, but losing a parent or sibling has a different surreal feel as I am learning. Extremely hard, but necessary to honor them and to continue to do the great things in the world that we all were put here to do.

  9. I agree with you Rachel, sorry for that immense loss. I am very curious what killed a fine specimen like him.