November 7th, 1952 – May 5th, 2018
Debra Sue Bruck, known to many as Debby Bruck, graced this world with her radiant presence on November 7th, 1952. She departed from our midst on May 5th, 2018, leaving behind an indelible void in the hearts of those who knew her. Debby was a passionate advocate for homeopathy, a form of alternative medicine founded on the principle of “like cures like.” Her exceptional work in educating and raising awareness among homeopathy practitioners and enthusiasts has left an enduring legacy in the field.
As the driving force behind the Homeopathy World Community (HWC), an online platform connecting homeopathy practitioners, scholars, and admirers from all over the world, Debby played an instrumental role in fostering a sense of unity within the community. HWC is a veritable treasure trove of valuable resources, featuring meticulously curated articles, forums, and webinars designed to deepen understanding and stimulate collaboration among homeopathy enthusiasts.
In addition to her work with HWC, Debby also hosted the “Health Inn Show,” an internet-based television program that first aired in 2012. The show featured insightful interviews with distinguished homeopaths, discussions on ground-breaking research in the field, and guidance for individuals seeking homeopathic treatment. With the support of Mr. Amnon Nissan, the founder of www.nissancommunications.com the show persevered and continues to be a source of valuable information for those interested in homeopathy.
Despite facing health challenges in recent years, Debby remained committed to her mission of promoting homeopathy and natural medicine. She generously bequeathed her extensive homeopathic library for the benefit of others, and her tireless efforts were recognized by the U.S. National Center for Homeopathy, which bestowed upon her their Lifetime Achievement Award on April 7th, 2018.
Debby’s passions extended beyond health and encompassed environmental concerns, gardening, religious exploration, and the collective healing of the earth. She was an avid blogger and author, penning 178 articles on Hubpages with over 100,000 views. As an educator, Debby dedicated countless sleepless nights to providing copious information and inspiration via her computer, motivating individuals to engage in local, state, national, and international events and classes focused on healing the planet through homeopathy and natural medicine.
Debby’s commitment to homeopathy education was further evidenced by her dynamic social media presence. Through her engaging content and purposeful dialogues with followers, she offered support to those keen on exploring this holistic approach to health and well-being.
In addition to her work in homeopathy, Debby was a devoted wife and mother, nurturing three exceptional children: Isaac Bruck, Sarah Rosner, and Sonia Rose Bruck. Her contributions to the field of homeopathy were characterized by her relentless efforts to create a global community, foster understanding and education, and bridge connections between practitioners and enthusiasts in significant ways. Through her work, Debby helped elevate the public’s awareness of homeopathy as a credible alternative medicine, paving the way for its ongoing growth and evolution.
Debby was not only a passionate advocate for health autonomy but also seamlessly integrated her innovative initiative, Free and Healthy Children Homeopathic Prophylaxis, into her compelling audio and video broadcasts. She demonstrated unwavering concern and compassion for each individual within her community and beyond, even during her final days, maintaining an extraordinary sense of serenity and expressing her deep-rooted love for humanity. The absence of Momma Ji leaves an irreplaceable void in the hearts of those who knew her, and we continue to long for her guidance and presence at every juncture of our lives.
Dr. Deepak Sharma
Homeopathic Physician and Educator
Executive Director – HWC