Why can’t I get this book on Kindle? JLS is on Kindle.
It’s in progress. Slow, I’m told, but it’s coming.
I could post something for every book you have written, and I’ve read many of them. I first discovered johnathan Livingston, of course, and the metaphor for enlightenment literally changed my life and sent me into a spiral of self discovery over the last seven years. Up until a month ago, The Bridge was my absolute favorite book. The journey that you took to find love was incredible, and hearing about your experiences with astral travel was incredible. I own and have read about a dozen of your novels, and each one has touched me. Reading One, however, was one of the quickest and most enlightening reads. Your writing is beautiful, your stories are exquisite. As I am very interested, I wanted to ask if these friends you made in your books are a result of astral traveling or if you are incredible at story telling, or possibly both? Either way, I have never encountered an author to whom I feel such a deep connection of soul, or who can express the same ideas of “made up religion” that I have. As a writer, I admire your work. This is the kind of story I want to create. Thankyou so much for the life changing experience of reading your books, as they are an enormous part of my life.
Thank you Kristy!
This book is absolutely one of my favorites.
As a pilot and skydiver, I have held Jonathan Livingston Seagull as a my personal guidebook through my life. Its the best book I’ve read.
However, the wisdom and truth presented in One, particularly in the section about the Pages, would make the world a better place if more people thought this way.
It’s powerful, Richard.
I ve just started to read your book The one and I pleasantly surprised that i found my thoughts in this book which i was thinking coudlnt be true as nobody was responded on them. I have not reached the middle of the book yet but I want to say words of gratitude. I hope i will find a lot of answers in this and other your books.
I hope you find them, too. I never found anyone who could answer my questions, either, until I met them in a book that I was writing.
Mr richard, being a pilot myself, I cannot tell you how much I have enjoyed reading your books. My personal favourote being “the illusions”. Your work has inspired me really a lot. I wish you all the best and happy writing….
I met an woman here the other day, that had read ONE. I told her that I read the book back in 1987 or so, when I was 19 year old. , “Lucky You” she sayed 😉
i read ONE 15 years ago and constantly find my self in engaging conversations about it ,life and perception.thank you Richard and would like to hear any thing else and your thoughts in general . i look forward to your response ,,,,thank you Sefer Sefer
Thank you for this book. Thirty years later, I still use the lessons learned from it. It is always a part of me.
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