„I am a very careless person in some ways, I lose everything. But I never lost anything of this Course. People would would stop me in the subway and say, “Miss, you forgot your something or other, and hand it back to me.” Taxis would honk their horns, you know and say, “You left something in the back seat.” My secretary would say, “Are you sure this belongs in this case report, it doesn't sound right?” It was impossible to lose this Course, and I tried. But it... followed me around in an odd kind of way. People would send it back to me, anything. And I always got it back. We never lost anything, which is incredible.“

—  Helen Schucman, Helen Schucman (1976), in interview by David Hammond August 1976 in Belvedere, California. Republished in: " An interview with Helen Schucman http://merelyacim.wikispaces.com/An+interview+with+Helen+Schucman" at merelyacim.wikispaces.com. Accessed May 21, 2014.
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1909 - 1981

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