Contact Me

"March 2008 - Peace Conference - Jaipur, Rajastan - India"

March 2008 - Peace Conference - Jaipur, Rajastan - India

Email me at:
esmeraldawn@gmail.com
If You Are Feeling Suicidal Or If You Need To Talk Please Call The National Helpline
1-800-273-8255

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8 thoughts on “Contact Me

  1. Peace Conference? Do tell about that sometime. I read a book last year called The Anatomy of Peace by The Arbinger Institute.

    • I was traveling with my teacher, Mata Amritandamayi, more commonly known as Amma. She was giving the keynote speech. The Interfaith Conference, was about recognizing the role of the Divine Feminine. It was very interesting and a wonderful gathering. We only stayed for the opening and moved with the rest of the tour.

  2. Hi there you sent me a direct message throught twitter ( kirkconnel) unfortunately I cannot reply as you are not follwong me-twitter will not allow me to send response. I lost my beautiful youngest child to to suicide aged 17. Darryn died on the 5th July 2006.

  3. Hi there you sent me a direct message throught twitter ( kirkconnel) unfortunately I cannot reply as you are not following me-twitter will not allow me to send response. I lost my beautiful youngest child to to suicide aged 17. Darryn died on the 5th July 2006.
    I cannot physically help out with the Fair as I live in Scotland.

    • Hi Caroline, I am glad you found a way of getting on touch, thank you for taking the time, I appreciate it. I am sorry about your beautiful Darryn, only 17 years old…
      Would you like to Share Your Story? I have started the Share Your Story initiative as a way to help all of us affected tell our story in safe place and to also help raise awareness by joining voices together and reach more and more people.
      As for helping with the Fair, yes, some of us are in New York and we are physically organizing the Fair, but the majority of the volunteers are from all over the States and beyond, these days, as long as one has a computer and the internet, that’s all one needs. What skills do you have? Think about it.
      Look forward to hearing from you again. Hugs, Esmeralda

  4. Please, you must publish your feelings to the world. I frequent the Bobst library and before I knew of it’s dark history, I already had felt the cold, empty ubiquitous energy through out the building. You mentioned the building was hungry, and indeed there is something about that building that it is indeed hungry. It’s harrowing, a sunken lost energy. The ugly dim lighting makes it worse with the humming sounds of the AC system. The history explained a lot when I started to learn about the suicides. Its evil

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