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Wolf's Message Paperback – August 10, 2014
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About the Author
Suzanne Giesemann is an author, a spiritual teacher, and an evidential medium. A retired U.S. Navy Commander, she served as a commanding officer, as special assistant to the Chief of Naval Operations, and as Aide to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Suzanne’s gift of communication with those on the other side provides stunning evidence of life after death. In her work, Suzanne addresses questions about the purpose of life, the nature of reality, and attuning to higher consciousness. The story of her transition to her current work is told in her book, Messages of Hope: The Metaphysical Memoir of a Most Unexpected Medium. For more information about Suzanne visit www.LoveAtTheCenter.com
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I cannot explain the feelings that you brought to my mind. What a wonderful contact you had with Wolf. As usual you made a grand presentation. I am so glad to have met you, and read your works. You are changing my life. Thank you!
I wish the book would have had more information regarding Wolf's life and his struggles. The book left me feeling like something was missing. Perhaps the parents did not want to share this information. I think, there are many "unbalanced" people with good hearts and there is a definite, if not desperate, need for help. Our society is unable to understand, much less help, some of these souls. So wouldn't it be remarkable that Wolf could remark on some of the every day frustrations suffered by himself and his family. Love is a great standpoint but in the midst of all life, it seems that people need something more.