In her recently released book Goodness Gracious, Rev. Green encourages the youngest among us to consider a daily practice of gratitude expressions. But gratitude isn’t just for children! In turbulent times that can overwhelm and leave us feeling hopeless, a spiritual practice of grounded gratitude may just be a solution that leads to a better life with powerful possibilities for more impactful social justice.
Rev. Dr. Kathleen A. Green attended seminary at Meadville-Lombard Theological School and received her Doctorate of Ministry from New York Theological School. She served UU congregations for ten years and was most recently the Executive Director of Yale Humanist Community. Dr. Green currently teaches in the Peace and Justice department at Claremont Lincoln University and resides in New York.
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