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Charlotte Anderson Charlotte Anderson from Corrales wrote on March 27, 2017 at 7:26 pm:
Oh Robert, thank you so much for so many things that you gave to all of us - not only healing, but friendship, caring, good humor, empathy, and the opportunity for a few minutes to step away from the cares of the world. You were a truly special gift to this world and I am so glad our paths crossed about 27 years ago. You leave a big empty void and will be sorely missed. Bon voyage.
Victor Samuels Victor Samuels from Corrales wrote on March 27, 2017 at 2:28 pm:
We were kindred spirits, both being Jewish boys born in 1950 on the East coast who moved to The Land of Enchantment over half a lifetime ago. I'll miss seeing and talking with him at the pool and steam room. He is probably still doing his laps in the The Great Lap Pool in Paradise and doesn't have to wait for a lane. Rest in Peace, Robert
Keiko Keiko from Corrales wrote on March 27, 2017 at 1:57 pm:
Relatively speaking, I knew Robert for a short time -- about five years -- but I realized when he passed that I saw him more often than I see any of my friends. He realigned me in more ways than one! I will just share one story for now, which is about when I met him. I had heard what a great healer he was, and what struck me right away was that he did not put on airs of having perfect equanimity, or being spiritually above it all, as so many healers seem to need to do. Right away he would just go off on the ridiculousness of Daylight Savings Time or the GOP or climate change, just as eye-rolling as any of the rest of us. He was never afraid to be human. So that in itself was a great lesson for all of us about what is possible.
Erica Enyart Erica Enyart from Albuquerque wrote on March 27, 2017 at 12:45 pm:
From the outer ring of your admirers, a heartfelt bon voyage, Robert, for your journey back into infinity. You are not alone and not forgotten.
Bob & Shelda Hunter Bob & Shelda Hunter from Albuquerque wrote on March 27, 2017 at 7:22 am:
Oh, Robert, we miss you so! You made us laugh, you made us cry. You helped us heal our broken bodies. You opened your home and your generous heart to us, for which we will always be grateful! You added much joy into our lives. We shall always remember you, on your knees, working to give the poodle some relief - Mo thanks you. Rest well, dear Robert; may we meet again.
David Caldwell David Caldwell from David Caldwell wrote on March 27, 2017 at 1:17 am:
What a treat it was to visit Robert to get worked on. He was such a skilled chiropractic practitioner on one hand and a merry jester on the other, I would feel healed, entertained, and uplifted after each short treatment. We give thanks for his memory. May his soul fly high into the light. And made those loved ones left behind keep his memory close as a balmto their aching hearts.
Susie Morrow Susie Morrow from Corrales wrote on March 26, 2017 at 11:21 pm:
Robert, thank you for the gift of your friendship and abundant healing. You taught me and my family about "staying in the light!" I am forever grateful. You are in our hearts forever💜. Shine on!
Linda Lupowitz Linda Lupowitz from Corrales wrote on March 26, 2017 at 3:51 pm:
Thanks to all of you, who have sent cards, letters, photos, emails, stories and memories and who share our love of Robert. I am so very grateful to all of you.
Doris Wagner Doris Wagner from Cuenca, Ecuador wrote on March 26, 2017 at 2:17 pm:
Although far away in Ecuador, I celebrate your life, Robert, and thank you for helping both me and my husband, Günter, when we got into bad shape - more than once. May your memory always be a blessing to others, as it is for me. Thank you!