Philadelphia Man Talks About His Life After Death Story

Glenn Croston Interviews 14 people from all walks of life who share their remarkable stories about surviving cancer, personal life crisis and life after death experiences
 
 
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Sept. 1, 2012 - PRLog -- Gifts from the Train Station by Glenn Croston is a book of personal stories of courage. The book addresses the question of what happens when every day people living comfortably, and some very comfortable lifestyles, come to a major crossroad in their life which is offset by a life- threatening car accident or a major medical challenges such as cancer or other personal tragedies. Faced with fear, pain and worry, what do they do. These new and daily emotions and are key factors when change affects their lives, and they are inescapable.

Croston writes warmly about the power within us to heal and the power of hope, and the power to help others to heal. Gifts from the Train Station is a book of stories, very private stories. Thankfully, Croston is a terrific story teller, he puts his speakers at ease, and gets them to talk about their very personal experiences, some being told for the first time in print. The book's subject matter is heavily focused on  second chances, new starts. Like a stone tossed in a pond, rings of circles moving out from one's self- center to touching the lives and helping others with their self-centers.

Gifts from the Train Station is inspired by Glenn Croston personal and close relationship with Rob Meadows, PhD (one of the book editors), and his battle with leukemia. The14 stories in the book runs the gamut from sadden heart-driven, uplifting, profound, but mostly, they are stories of love and moving forward despite tragedies. Its a gift of love.

Mel Brake from the Philadelphia area is one of the features who was interviewed for this most incredible book.

To learn more about Glenn Croston's Gifts from the Train Station please
visit: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0091BWV7Y.
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