Qestion from Wikipedia
Friday April 07, 2006
Dear Alice Miller:
First of all I want to express my immense gratitude for all of your work: the perfect Enlightened Witnessed that took me out of the dark.
I and other editors are writing an article about you in Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alice_Miller). If you want to change or add something, please do it: anybody can edit Wikipedia.
I must express again my immense gratitude to you.
AM: Thank you for your letter. There are some small corrections I should make given your kind offer to do so: I made the doctorate not in Zürich but in Basle, Switzerland. I don’t accuse Kafka, I admire his work and his honesty. Of course, like all of us, he feared too much his parents to be able to see more than he did. But in a way you are right: he was so near to the WHOLE truth and instead of living it he died so early. In my last article on the site you may find additional material to the question how overcome later mistreatment endured in childhood.