(S3)Grateful For Our Differences: Walking the Talk Takes Courage Karen L. Erlichmlan, MSS, LCSW

Although gratitude is part of many faith traditions and cultures, we express it in different ways. Differences in race, religion, gender, and sexual identity influence how people express and practice gratitude. How do differences inspire a gratefulness practice, inform our social justice activism, and invite us into deeper relationship with God, ourselves, and each other? Karen L. Erlichman, MSS, LCSW, is a psychotherapist, spiritual director, and Director of Jewish Mosaic in California, USA. She is a facilitator with the Center for Courage and Renewal.