Shalini posted an announcement a few minutes ago about a hubber that was loved by many of us in the 18 months he was here on hubpages, he was embraced, admired and adored by many. An accomplished writer, spiritual counselor and professional numerologist he explained to us why he voted for Obama to letting us know about "Joe The Plumber", he was loved by those hubbers that followed him faithfully. Even in his Avatar he had a warm smile that could light up the page of hubpages and truly make you eager to read his writings.
Vitae Bergman you are truly going to be missed and may your family find Peace and Comfort on this day, may your soul rest in eternity as you were called home but all of us who knew you will never forget you.
100 fans and counting let us pay tribute by honoring him and his family.
Thank you Shalini Kagal for posting the first thread.
You need to fix the link. The / is missing after profile.
wow, i'm terribly sorry to hear that. i hope he may rest in peace, and i hope his family will be okay surviving this whole ordeal.
Deleted mine. I asked, no one responded, so I made one. Then you came in the thread and said you did one. So, I took mine down.
I was typing sorry I loved yours too and what a wonderful team player you are. What would we do without you?
Get along just fine. And, some would actually be happier if I left.
Two is ok , whats wrong with that? the more the better really , I think , that way many people will have a chance to help to comfort the family I think two or three threads would be nice
My Thoughts and prayers go out to the family , may peace and comfort be with you always
Words cannot express my sorrow for his family. They will be in my thoughts and prayers. May the knowledge that so many are thinking of them provide a measure of comfort.
I did not have the pleasure of knowing him until this thread. I have just become a follower, as I regret not learning of him sooner. From what I've read of him so far, he appears to me very inspiring. Thanks for sharing this news. Though discovering him through this sad event, I'm grateful to be able to enjoy the words he's left with us.
what happened to him?? I never knew him, but anywhere, am touched. May he rets in peace. a momnet of silence please.
what a sad day! my thoughts are with his family and friends may he rest in peace
AE - how very sweet of you - I'm sure he will be touched to know he now has 100 fans!
I've read and enjoyed most of his books - he will live on through them!
Cagsill - he too, like you, felt integrity should be life's cornerstone
How sad. I did not know the person, but I can tell he was very well liked. My heart goes out to his family and to all of his friends. What a great heartfelt tribute.
I am so sorry I did not ever get to know him. I will now, through his writing. I am sorry I missed it before.
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