Marie sits down with with Honorary Daughter of Change, Reverend and Philosopher of the I’Ching, Gola Wolf Richards.
-Robert E. Lane, Prof. Emeritus of Political Science, Yale University: “I have known Wolf Richards for more than 40 years, and have always been impressed by his skill and wisdom in interpersonal relations. He has an intuitive understanding of other people’s feelings and of their efforts to cope with the problems that confront them. In my opinion Mr. Richards’ grasp of Confucian principles will give depth to his approach to conflict resolution. He is an excellent speaker and a fine person.”
-H. Steven Coopchick: “I became particularly aware of the value of Wolf’s philosophy when I was the Director of Personnel of the Division of Special Education of the New York City Board of Education. At that time (1983-1987) the Division employed 20,000 staff (10,000 of whom were teachers) serving 114,000 students. The stress the other major managers and I experienced, often on a daily basis, was sometimes nearly unbearable. However, I was able not only to survive, but to succeed by any measure, with the support I experienced from Wolf’s philosophic precepts.”
-Tabitha King, author and wife of author Steven King: “Dear Wolf, First, let me thank you for letting me see your manuscript [The Way to See (W)hole®]. I know from speaking with you how dear this project is to your heart… The manuscript is heartfelt and mindful. I very much enjoyed your word play, which lightens what could be turgid. The message is coherent and seamless… It has been a pleasure to meet and converse with you, and a pleasure to encounter your good and poetic soul in its strivings… I wish you the greatest success with this project.”