You might've heard of the TV show "Bless This Mess," where a couple moves from New York to a small farming town. Naturally, they know nothing about farming and wake up tackling different challenges each day, often in ridiculously hilarious ways. As we head into the holiday season, which usually comes with its moments of gratitude mixed with unexpected stresses, how can we cultivate a heart of gratitude and blessings? This newsletter helps us find inspiration to show up fully to whatever end of the spectrum we find ourselves this season. --Guri
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Editor's Note: You might've heard of the TV show "Bless This Mess," where a couple moves from New York to a small farming town. Naturally, they know nothing about farming and wake up tackling different challenges each day, often in ridiculously hilarious ways. As we head into the holiday season, which usually comes with its moments of gratitude mixed with unexpected stresses, how can we cultivate a heart of gratitude and blessings? This newsletter helps us find inspiration to show up fully to whatever end of the spectrum we find ourselves this season. --Guri
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Believing she was texting her own grandson, Wanda invited Jamal over for Thanksgiving. After clearing the confusion, Jamal asked if he could still join. This will be their 6th year meeting for dinner.
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Becoming a Blessing
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