John Mangan, Brother Warrior

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3 thoughts on “John Mangan, Brother Warrior”

  1. Thank you Mary Vollero and thank you The School of Living for honoring my dear friend John Mangan. He was loved by many and is profoundly missed. While the world is a little less beautiful with his passing, we were so fortunate to have him in our lives. Long live the spirit of John Mangan. May we carry him in our hearts, minds and actions forever.

  2. I live in Bangkok, Thailand and receive my US snail mail every 12 weeks. So, I am only now learning of John’s death. He was extraordinary in so ways. I was always impressed with how openly and purposefully John struggled with his own personal demons while showing such an innate ability to draw out other people’s better angels. I’ll remember his soft heart and fiery passion for life. My heart goes out to John’s family, friends, and everyone in SOL for this loss.

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