get a grip on these unsettling times, some comforting words can make a world of
difference. Reading this pocket book will give you a lifeline to hang onto when
facing the daily news of global happenings…
floods, fires, hurricanes, tsunamis, famines, endless wars, melting glaciers,
erupting volcanoes, global warming, swindling in government high places,
financial collapse, oil industry disasters, economic uncertainty, corporate
greed, the 2012 end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it Aztec scenario.
“Crossings” helps you cross over to a tranquil state of mind.
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After 30 years in a sequestered file, a collection of writings, verses and
poetry has been brought to light in a new book called "Crossings, Words of
collection was gathered together by a New York spiritual counselor, Elenore
Wrench (1900 -1983) during her professional work with clients seeking comfort
and compassion in their fast-paced, Manhattan daily lives.
Beverly Russell, a former NY client, recently rediscovered the file and
published the collection under her own imprint, Beverly Russell Enterprises.
Wrench asked me to publish this work in 1983 but then she died unexpectedly and
the project came to a halt. The collection has even more meaning in today's
unsettled world. It is a "pillow" book of comforting thoughts to read at
bedtime," Russell says.
book is illustrated with over 30 color photographs of flowers, each one linked
to a particular message of comfort.
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What people are saying about Crossings...
– Paula Rice Jackson
Executive Vice President
United Nations Association
New York, NY
"I enjoyed reading it and I know I will reread it
– Donna Matson
"I was inspired by the words and photographs in this book."
– Adrian Ross
Chairman Liturgy Committee
St. Paul's Church
"Crossings made me think of the deep
thoughts we need to take time to ponder... what is really important."
– Judy Howen
San Antonio, TX
"It is fantastic."
– Diane Terkelson
New York, NY