Tea with Elisabeth

Anyone wishing to know what the great Elisabeth Kubler-Ross was like as a human being and a mensch will be very moved to joy and tears by reading through the fifty-one contributions in this book. The writers of the essays range from her son Ken to Muhammad Ali to Caroline Myss to Marianne Williamson to Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York to Raymond Moody and many other good people. Pillars of the end-of-life movement and the hospice and palliative care field share reminiscences of the extremely hard working wunderkind and down-to-earth saint. No baloney. It is well worth the investment. Read it a little at a time whenever you can or whenever you need a lift. It is a great bedside reader, at night or early to rise. Savor this woman's grand purpose and set your own a bit straighter.

Author: Ken Ross, Fern Stewart Welch and Rose Winters