I only know Richard Bach through his books but several themes come up so consistently that I’m sure they represent Richard Bach’s point of view. And since many of his books are set as autobiographical, it’s difficult not to think that we know him.
I’ve recently reread Richard Bach’s “Illusions” and “Bridge Across Forever” and they present very intriguing ideas about our existence beyond our mortal lives. For someone considering the meaning of life, they provide a lot of fodder for consideration. I first ran across Richard Bach when I read “Jonathan Livingston Seagull” for the first time many, many years ago. I then read “illusions” and “Bridge Across Forever” when they first came out.
While I believe that it’s possible that we create the realities we live, I don’t go so far as saying that they are all illusions. We can’t just think about something and it will magically appear in our lives. But at some level, we do influence what happens in our lives. For us less advanced souls, we can’t float a wrench in mid-air or make clouds disappear, but we can steer our lives in directions that we want.