PLENTY OF GOOD TO GO AROUND

"Let's all go around the table and say something we're grateful for." Sound familiar? Even for those who don't have the tradition of celebrating the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday in the US, giving gratitude is universal—much more than ritual or cloying sentiment, or as John Oguta from Kenya puts it, more than "an abstract exercise" (see p. 17).

Instead of the usual turkey and mashed potatoes meal, this week's Sentinel is another kind of feast. I like to think about all the readers and writers sharing the plenty of spiritual ideas that never run out.

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