• http://www.facebook.com/schuyler.kaye.7 Schuyler Kaye

    Tad, I’m really touched by this story. When I read your last sentence I got chills. Until today I didn’t know her, but after reading this post, I truly wish I had. I couldn’t help but hope that I live a life that someone else might write something as heartfelt as that for me. Thank you for writing this beautiful remembrance of a wonderful person.

  • http://www.facebook.com/tad.hargrave Tad Hargrave

    thanks Schuyler :-) i’m very sure you already have lived that kind of life.

  • Banu

    What a beautiful post! She has had a HUGE contribution to humanity and the personal growth world. She wrote “The Dark Side of the Lightchasers” 20 yrs ago but to this day there isn’t another book that can knock that one off the shelf (as far as I know). I agree with what you said Schuyler. That is a soul’s yearning and I respect that. Tad, I haven’t read a post that touched me this much in a long time. Thank you.

  • http://www.facebook.com/tad.hargrave Tad Hargrave

    She was one of the best. It’s hard to believe that book is 20 years old.

  • Banu

    Yeah, I have a 1998 print at home. She was busy writing the book when I was graduating from highschool. :)

  • David

    Thanks for sharing that, Tad. I got to know her a little through her Shadow Effect DVD. She had an unexpected authenticity and honesty. Thanks for sharing your story about the real person. Would have been fun to meet her.

  • http://www.facebook.com/chevalisa.bruzzone Chevalisa Bruzzone

    I found “Lightchasers” fascinating in the 90’s. Tad, how very cool that you got to have some intimate moments with Debbie Ford. And how double cool that she and Gregg B. called themselves out on their own desire to impress you and each other right in the moment and right in front of you! What an unusual ocurance. And impressive, ironically! May I be so transparent. Meanwhile, I am struck that over the last 48 hours, I have been consciously appreciating Arielle Ford, her sister. I generally judge Arielle a bit; she seems to be the oh-so-bright-and-shiny opposite of her more sober, darkness-loving sister. And like you say on your website, I don’t vibe with the “conscious wealth” sales tactics Arielle employs. However, I decided Sunday night that when I think of Arielle, I will focus on all the tremendous good she puts out into the world in her own unique way. And now, tonight, I am remembering and appreciating both of these powerful sisters. Thanks.

  • http://www.facebook.com/julie.a.brady Julie A Brady

    Thank you Tad, You shared such a beautiful snapshot into who Debbie was – her authenticity, vulnerability and humanity. May her work continue to transform lives around the world.

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