Richard Bach – Worth the Wait

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Richard Bach

Richard Bach

After a year of anticipation and planning, its rainmaking time is excited to bring you Richard Bach! In 1970, Richard Bach’s monumental novella Jonathan Livingston Seagull hit the bookshelves. This remarkable book influenced my own personal path many years ago. If you haven’t read it, please buy it and pass it along to your loved ones when you finish! Jonathan Livingston Seagull became an international bestseller, earning a place as a timeless wonder that continues to move people’s lives for the better. Richard Bach has written many books since then, including Illusions, The Bridge Across Forever, A Gift of Wings, Stranger To The Ground, Running From Safety, Out of My Mind, and more.

Richard Bach has a magical way of writing and bringing illumination, higher teachings, and profound insights to his readers. We are delighted to have him join us as he shares timeless wisdom and experiences from his life as a bestselling writer.

Original air date: 7/2/2010

7 comments… add one
  • Robin Datta Jul 3, 2010 @ 15:57

    The guest is one of those few awakened beings. Thanks for the show.

  • Karin Jul 8, 2010 @ 13:19

    Kim: This was so worth the wait!! I really enjoyed this interview between you and Richard. Wow!!!

  • Dawn Dancing Otter Aug 2, 2010 @ 21:05

    Love this conversation. Posted on FB. Thanks for sharing, Kim. Richard Bach is awesome!

  • Stephen Stocker Nov 7, 2011 @ 8:51

    Thank you so much for this interview.

    Richard Bach continues to enlighten, uplift and amaze me, some 41 years after first reading “Jonathan”.

  • Erica Gaon Oct 6, 2014 @ 5:28

    I totally appreciated this interview. Kim thank you for your wonderful questions which bring the best out of your speakers

    Please may I ask if you know Gerald O’Donnell of ARVARI, the Academy of Remote Viewing and Remote Influencing, because he also has some fascinating views on a subject which you seem to be highly interested in. Would you someday consider interviewing him

    Many thanks

  • David Longenhagen Mar 10, 2015 @ 7:49

    Listened about 4 times this morning. very refreshing, as it looks as if the world is going to hell in a hand basket. i was nontheless relaxed listening to the only voice of hope i have heard today. thank you Mr. Bach for this interview.

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