It’s Not Goodbye, It’s See You Later.



“The pain of parting is nothing to the joy of meeting again.“~ Charles Dickens ~

Richard Lawrence Belford is an Inspirational Writer who has been on a nineteen year creative journey that has allowed him to become well-published. A journey that’s been fueled by his genuine desire to provide faith, comfort and hope to those in grief.

Richard has written a book entitled; “It’s Not Goodbye, It’s See You Later.” that includes the following collection of his inspirational parables, accompanied by the stories behind their creation.

A Mother's Work Is Never Done
Affairs of the Heart
God Only Knows
If Not For You
In The Blink Of An Eye
I Was There 
Like Father, Like Son
Remember When
The Best is Yet to Come
The Ties That Bind
Until We Meet Again

A parable by definition is a symbolic short story that illustrates or teaches some truth, religious principle, or moral lesson. He trusts that his parables, along with these stories will stir some emotions in you that we’ve all felt, emotions that can help bring some small measure of solace to those suffering the loss of someone dear to their heart.

Richard is actively looking to partner with a publishing company and hopes to have his book published in the near future. He also genuinely hopes that after reading this book people will be inspired to always say; “I’ll see you later, instead of goodbye.”

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His inspirational writings have also been illustrated with photography on a series of wall décor products beautifully designed by Reed Photo Art & Imaging Inc.


A complete collection of these inspiring wall decor products featuring Richard’s writings can be viewed by visiting his website’s product gallery at the following link:

Richard also invites you to follow him on twitter @RichardLBelford and check out his Facebook page at:

He can be contacted by email at: or you can visit his website at: for further information.



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