spinal cord injuries
Message from Tim Bolen
Posted September 5, 2009 at 8:48 am | Permalink
My friend Hulda Clark
died from the complications of a spinal cord injury that plagued her for the final years of her life.
As many know I accompanied her on her lecture forays around the US and I never told anyone how much pain she was in these last few years. She simply wanted to keep going. I arranged wheelchairs for all of the travel arrangements. A year ago, last October, she was planning on speaking at the Rife conference in Seattle, and although she was able to get her lecture together she could not get her body to cooperate. The pain was too much.
I visited Hulda last Saturday, and she had lost even more functions – so I was unable to take her out to lunch at her favorite restaurant. Although I have always kept this a secret, I want you to know that Dr. Clark’s favorite restaurant in the US was the Home Town Buffett in Chula Vista, California. Going to lunch with her was a time consuming experience, and well worth it, for she bombarded me with the latest findings of her research – treating me as though I were a fellow scientist, and a good friend.
I had the joyous experience of being this wonderful person’s friend. She had an amazing twinkle in her eye, and I will miss hugging her.
was not just a scientist and author. She was one of the most amazing people I ever met. She was, in person, absolutely delightful. Everything she did was for others. The world has lost a lot with her passing.
I’m going to write a lot more about my friend, but right now I need to grieve.