Featuring: Susi Wolf
Persevering Performer, One-Woman Show Extraordinaire, Loving Friend
No matter what her body told her, Susi Wolf’s spirit was always ready to perform and teach. She made her journey with many friends, knowing the different procedures or developments to happen. Still, she shared such stories such as “Storytelling for Women: A Feminine Celebration” or one-woman shows such as portraying Diamond Bessie, an infamous prostitute-actress who was murdered by her lover Abe Rothchild in Jefferson, TX on January 21, 1877.
As for Diamond Bessie, Susi brought special attention to Diamond’s death anniversary and felt a connection that now can be complete. She has traveled from her time in Albuquerque, New Mexico to the spirit world beyond.
She told a story as part of the “Stories for Healing” series put on by Jim Brule’. Interestingly, it is a story of a wolf that is weak and sick. The wolf asked the man to ask God why he is so weak and sick. Knowing her own struggles, this story means more than it used to for me.
If you have links to add – video, audio, articles – please share by emailing email@example.com or commenting on this blog post.
You can see more details on Susi Wolf with the Story Artists Memorial.
Do you know a Story Artist who has passed on and want others to remember them? Memories? Pictures? You can submit names and memories of Story Artists who have passed on through our online form.
I appreciate Susi Wolf for sharing her ways of healing the soul with all of us. We can know that there are answers all around us.
Susi still has a story. You have a story. We all have stories.