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Tea with Elisabeth

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This award-winning book features fifty-one essays celebrating the life and work of Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, M.D., the Swiss-born physician who changed the way the world views death and dying and the founder of the hospice movement. Essayists include celebrities and best-selling authors such as Muhammad Ali; Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York; Marianne Williamson; Doreen Virtue; ...more
Paperback, 248 pages
Published April 22nd 2009 by Quality Of Life Publishing Co
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Frank  Tedesco
I was inspired to read this after meeting Ken Ross, son of Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, one of the compilers. The book is a collection of 51 short essays about EKR- almost all are insightful and very moving. Profound.
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