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Author Richard Palmquist Shares His Experience and Wisdom: ‘Have Fun with Respect’

In his new “Life is Fun” book, author Richard Palmquist shares his experience and wisdom. It is an inspiring read, motivating mentally and spiritually.

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Most people believe the Bible’s purpose is to keep us from life’s pleasures, lest we be judged worthy of hellfire. In fact, the Bible’s true message is opposite to “Do this, and don’t do that.” Our job is to respect Him by confidently resting in His ability to direct, to protect and to guide us while we enjoy our day-to-day experience living His pattern for our lives. 
The idea is not to take life so seriously. We should strike a balance between serving God and loosening as we enjoy every minute of our short lives. Palmquist shares his memoirs from his childhood to his retirement. He writes influenced by the style of Samuel Clemens,’ aka Mark Twain, with a dose of humor.
As Palmquist suggests, when we apply the Good News to our lives, the Holy Spirit in us provides what we need: renewed mind and enlightenment. The author points out that the Creator, who has given us individual freedom, deserves our respect and worship in return.
This book encourages optimism as God’s children, looking forward without forgetting the past. We need to be grateful for whatever blessings we receive from Him, forever faithful regardless of the circumstances we face. Read the book to know more about how to be spiritually motivated.
Life is short. Have genuine, no hangover, fun!
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Life Is Fun: But I Ain’t As Young As I “Yousta Was”
Author: Richard Palmquist
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Publication Date: July 2, 2021
Genre: Autobiography
Target Audience: Those who know of me from my days of operating an FM network, later an FM radio station -- and my once weekly newspaper -- plus general community.
About the Author
Richard Palmquist, born July 1931, earned his B.A. in 1953, from Carthage College, then-Carthage, Illinois. Married to Dolores Mae Lund that year, he went on to a three-year education in theology. The couple’s fifty-seven-year marriage brought to them the joy of three sons and two daughters plus two dozen grandchildren and about a dozen great grandchildren. Dolores died in 2014.
His career in radio began with founding Family Stations, Inc., Oakland, California in 1957. After spending seven years there, developing the structure of that ministry with then six initial radio stations, he went on to a brief career consulting with clients to help them receive FM broadcast station permits from the Federal Communications Commission. He disdains the memory of the unjustified notorious promotion by Family Radio in 2011, of erroneous “end of world” reports promoted by Harold Camping, his successor.

From 1970, until retirement in 1997, he operated and owned radio KDNO, Delano, California, developed the Handi-Directory telephone directory and the once-weekly newspaper the ENTERPRISE NEWS, based in southern Tulare County, California.

He has authored “Gramps, I’ve Got a Problem,” “Creative Confusion,” “What on Earth are you in Heaven’s Name,” “Intimacy, Gateway to Hell or to Good Health,” and “Einstein, Money and Contentment.”

For 21 years he has lived in Nipomo, California. His email address is and details of his work can be found at

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