I think about everyone having an Appreciations Page, which isn’t for them to engage on but for others to go on record with compliments for them. Think if nice things that have been said about you were there for you to read over when you needed a boost or to share with anyone you wanted to get closer to. And, how good it feels to compliment people. It’s a two-way win. In the interest of the world getting sweeter, where self-interest softens and mutuality becomes second nature, I think this would be a very good thing, and here’s such a page for me.
Click here to read Appreciations from days of yore
“I am so delighted in your interest. Currently I am doing whimsical artwork for local Sweet Shoppe. FUN. And leave the articulation regarding world affairs to bright beams of light like you. You were the first woman in the circle of acquaintances we had that told it like it was, and, like Michael Crighton, embraced, and continue to do so, ideas that are so advanced one has difficulty getting their minds around them. Happy New Year, ‘old’ friend.”
A Facebook message from Betty Mittleman, who so charmingly illustrated my cookbook. We were comedy writer’s wives who were in a world that revolved around our husbands, and I lost touch with her years ago. What a surprise that she had taken such notice of me!
“Your film HAS made a huge dent in the world, and the messages are all over. I hope it continues to spread and rightful credit given you for your courage, tons of hard work, generosity and leap of faith.”
Catherine Cogorno, author of EARTH EXPRESSIONS, an Artistic Exploration Inspired By Crop Circles
“Keep on going Sue! We need you more now than ever!!!!!! You bring the sanity to a crazy world!” I believe you have influenced many people to ponder the wonders of the Universe. We are not alone in this tiny little world, and spaceship earth needs many more people who understand that we are floating around in the cosmos, and that we have much company, some of whom are watching us with interest to see if we will be able to lift the veil off this planet and help us to be part of the dance of the heavens.
Andy Cohen, TV show host
“I believe you have influenced many people to ponder the wonders of the Universe. We are not alone in this tiny little world, and spaceship earth needs many more people who understand that we are floating around in the cosmos, and that we have much company, some of whom are watching us with interest to see if we will be able to lift the veil off this planet and help us to be part of the dance of the heavens.”
I still laugh whenever I think of your phrase, “Biography of a Cosmic Cheerleader.” I love the way you nail it right up there at the top. Reminds me of what Vida Blue said he felt like whenever he let loose with a really fine pitch; “Let’s see what you do with this one, sucker.”
I’ll bet you I join a long list of people who are amazed and grateful for your energy, insight, dynamism. A lightening flash through the feelings/ depths of so many. Here’s my favorite line from you, “It would be a quantum leap to conceptualize ourselves as on some journey, some endeavor inside of which, all the events of our lives occur.”
We’re both pointed at the same thing–igniting a great raging forest fire of love that will sweep us forever out of this deadening sadness of egos and superficiality. It will be fun throwing ideas back and forth on all this.
May your star continue to emit rainbow light in the galaxy of what is.
It helps lighten the way.
In Love, Ram Dass
Thank you so much for the incredible crystal dioptiscope! Except for the name of the thing, I’m thoroughly enchanted.
You mean a lot to me, my dear Ms. Taylor, and I look forward to many hours shared between us with baby in towe. I’m gladto bring her into a world where there are people like you. Thank you for all the many gifts, of every kind, you’ve showered on me since we met.
“I just want you to know that I just finished listening and watching your first 4 videos of Sue Speaks and I am so happy you are producing them. I could feel your love coming through the screen of my iPhone and you were so wonderful that I could feel your warmth enveloping me. It felt to me like you were indeed in my home across from me talking only to me. I so look forward to your future talks so please keep them coming. This is the type of conversation I have wanted to have all my life and now we have a format to explore and perhaps embrace some of these ideas. That is thanks to this technology that brings so much of value into our living rooms. I hope you remember our conversations and wonderful times listening and viewing DVDs of our favorite male entertainer, Our Dear Leonard Cohen who I hope has found the peace on the other side that he had trouble finding on the earthly plane.”
Bette McLaughlin, a friend.
“I mean to write to you days ago but got so swamped … that I’m just now writing to tell you that I got sucked into your new videos and work and wanted you to know that I just LOVE LOVE LOVE what you are doing and saying. I mean, it’s beautiful as you are! I always love you but your new stuff is so heartfelt and brilliant, and so important in this critical time…I just wanted you to know!”
Carol Rosin, who’s a leading advocate for no weapons in space. (See Carol introduce me in the talk I gave for my crop circle movie.)