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21 May 2020

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Barbara Ann

"Why not let our hearts go out to bless and save and strengthen rather than condemn. Is that so improbable?" Why indeed.

RIP Mr Sale.

Fred

I have been much enriched by his writings. I am saddened by his passing. My condolences to his family.

robt willmann

Richard Sale's articles would say something that was not stale or mundane. I remember one described instances of close-in fighting. If he published articles about the Arizona State Prison before his novel about it, they would be enlightening. I am sorry that he has passed away.

Seamus Padraig

May he rest in peace.

Fredrick Wright

I will very much miss Richard Sale's perspective.

Mark Gaughan

RIP Richard

James T Sale

Thank you Pat for posting this.

Nathan Stroupe

I had the honor of beginning a correspondence with Richard while I was living in Iran in 2016. I will miss his beautiful writing, wit, and moral clarity. He always reminded me of the American author, James Salter and inspired me to pursue a life not driven by twitter and the incessant narcissism that has scarred my generation. He will be deeply missed and my condolences to his friends and family.

dout

Richard Sale was one of the very few that I relished reading. There are few who's words made me stop, think, and appreciate life quite like Richard did. Thank you and may you RIP.

MPN

RIP. Thank you Pat for posting his articles. Always appreciated reading them.

Carol Huff

Richard was honored to be part of the thoughtful discussions here, encouraged by his respected friend Pat Lang. Your comments are a comfort, thank you.

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