On this week's radio show, my annual Valentine's Day replay of my conversation with Leo Buscaglia, Ph.D.. He shook up the academic world at the University of Southern California in the 1970's, when he started classes on love, including Love 101. Leo wrote more than a dozen books that have sold more than 11 million copies (before internet, social media and cable TV) in 20 languages. At one time, five of his books appeared on the New York Times bestseller list concurrently.
This interview was taped on April 16th, 1998. He made his transition on June 12th, 1998 at the age of 74. Buscaglia once said that he had chosen an epitaph for his tombstone: :Here lies Leo, who died living." And that he did. I'll share some thoughts and resources regarding the topic of love, and we'll play a great song from Al Green.
The conversation begins Sunday at Noon EST on 88.7FM, WICR and worldwide at richardbrendan.org
Learn more about Leo at www.buscaglia.com