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(8/8/62 - 12/22/05}

From the time Robin learned to talk, her curious mind was like a sponge soaking up everything she could see, hear, feel, touch, or experience. She had an uncanny way of knowing something about everything, which she insisted came from just looking inside one's self and allowing one to tap into universal knowledge.

Like a diamond, she was made up of many facets, lovingly and jokingly referred to as "Robin's Modes". She was an absolute expert on Harry Houdini, Elvis Presley, anything celtic, Judiasm, Buddhism, and the Native American Community. Robin would research day and night, and it was not uncommon for her to be reading three or four different books at a time on the subjects she loved.

She thrived on philosophical debates or conversations, always wanting to go deeper and deeper into the meaning of life and spirituality.

She detested lies and judgment of others. Her favorite saying was not to judge anyone until you walked in their mocassins, an old Native American saying. From the time she learned to drive she spent every extra minute at a local Native American Community Center, attended all local and non-local Pow Wows. She spent hours interviewing various Chiefs, always wanting to know their side of the "true" story of their experiences and people, and not so much of the fiction that is taught in school books.

Despite being bedridden and wheelchair bound from age 32 to her transition at age 43, she never lost her belief system, never lost her love of her special "modes", and was a born teacher who could spend hours teaching anyone who wanted to learn from her knowledge. She felt the human mind was one of the greatest gifts we have and did everything possible to encourage others to think, to reach deep down inside themselves where she believed all truth resided.

I share her story and words in hope to keep her love of teaching live for others to learn from, ponder on, debate, and hopefully reach deep inside themselves to find their own answers.

To see a video of Robin in the physical realm, please Click Here!


 

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