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Quote from: chasmanmy own personal opinion:lots of good stuff.so good, it will be worth listening to again and taking notes.
QuoteRK: First, I'd like to thank you for joining us today. I know your privacy is very important to you.
LB: Yes. I've always felt that a low profile is the best way to go.RK: Now why is that? Do you think being too visible will expose you to danger?
LB: Since I'm YOUR limiting belief, maybe YOU should answer that question.
RK: There's no need to get snippy about it.
LB: You're right. It's just that lately I've been feeling that you really don't want me around anymore.
RK: Well, I... If you really want to know the truth, I've been trying to break up with you for years, but haven't been able to find the courage until now.
LB: Are you saying you're breaking up with me? Right now? In front of everyone? What about all that we've been through together?
RK: Yes, we have been through a lot together, but that isn't a good enough reason to stay together.
LB: But where will I go? I've spent my entire life living inside of your psyche. It's the only home I've known.
RK: I know it's upsetting right now, but there are plenty of other psyches that would be willing to take you in. Just be open to that possibility and I'm sure you'll meet someone else.
LB: But NOT BEING OPEN defines who I am. I don't know if I can change after all these years.
RK: If I can change, you can change.
LB: I hope I didn't cause you too much trouble. I mean we did have some good times.
RK: I don't know how good they were, but they served a purpose.
LB: Just answer me this, I need to know: Have you met someone else? Please be honest. You owe me that....
Quote from: DebRich Kendall said he was not feeling well, and then Monday morning she could not get through to him. She went to his apartment and found him conscious but incoherent. As she could not get him vertical, she called 911 and they took him to the hospital. What she said told me about his condition was not encouraging in the least. Cutting to the chase—he passed away this morning. Totally came out of nowhere.
Quote from: DebI sincerely want this last book of Rich's to be published. I've loved working on it, it's very unique and really demonstrates who he was as a person and a soul. My vision is that Rich's only remaining relative, his brother, will waive any interest in the book and let it be published with proceeds going to The Seth Research Project. I feel Rich would approve.
Quote from: ObitRichard Kendall was born on May 7, 1950. He grew up in Bayside, in Queens, New York City and subsequently lived in Brooklyn and New Haven, Connecticut. He died, unexpectedly, on April 28, 2020 in New Haven.During the 1970s, Richard attended weekly "classes" in the Elmira, NY home of the world-renowned medium and author, Jane Roberts, during which Jane gave voice to a "spirit personality" named Seth. Inspired by those classes, Richard became an internationally known lecturer, author (The Road to Elmira, and others) and the writer/producer of a DVD, all of which reflected his Seth experiences. Seth and Jane had a profound influence on him throughout his life.Richard is survived by his sister Elaine, in Florida, his brother Leonard and his wife, Judy, in Maryland and a number of nieces and nephews with whom he always enjoyed interacting. He was also a self-taught, self-deprecating, guitarist, since his teenage years.He will be sadly missed by his family, many close friends and acquaintances.An online Celebration of Life, organized by his friends Mary Dillman and Emmy van Swaaij, will be held later this summer.
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