Grace has been living a life of gratitude for as long as she can remember. From fleeing the tyrannical reign of Idi Amin in Uganda with her parents while she was 18 months old to finding the man of her dreams at 42! Gratitude has been the fuel behind her success.

Grace Wabuke Klein, Gratitude with Grace

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This week’s podcast prompts:

Here you go:

  • Grace shared the daring escape of her parents from Uganda in the late 1970s. As she reflected on this story, she expressed her gratitude. As you reflect on your own story, is there a narrative that brings gratitude?
  • What season do you find yourself in currently?
  • Like the trees in FALL, is there something you can “detach” from in order to save mental and emotional energy?
  • Send someone you know in a WINTER season a handwritten note or card to encourage them.

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