This is the second of a few parts of an interview that was done by a reporter for a monthly magazine. The magazine won't use these parts because they are afraid of the backlash. The reporter gave these parts to me.
“Early morning was his mediation time. He sometimes did it at night too, but the morning was sacred to him. He woke up everyday at 4:30 and was not to be disturbed until 6. I saw one person fired who did disturb him. One morning I had to see him because one of our child/ren (I'm keeping it gender neutral. The reporter did not) was sick. Really sick. I had been up all night with one of our child/ren and the child was running a really high fever. The child needed to go to the doctor. I wanted the emergency room, but I knew I would not get my way on that because my husband did not go to emergency rooms. When he became sick or hurt, he went to a private doctor or had one brought to him. He never wanted anyone to see he was sick or know he was sick. This was our child though and I was scared. I went to his bedroom and was stopped halfway there by a security person who asked where I was going and then advised me that my husband was not to be disturbed until after six. I started screaming. Really screaming. Then I went back to the bedroom and got our child and she was limp and hot and sweaty and looked miserable. I then started screaming again and finally he came out of the bedroom in a robe looking like he was headed to a premiere and had the meanest look on his face which he then turned into a plastic smile. It still gives me shivers.”