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Feeding the Good Wolf: A Gratitude Conversation with Ferial Pear

Feeding the Good Wolf: A Gratitude Conversation with Ferial Pear

May 6, 2018-- In an inventive and transformative program for teens, kids not only learn how to nourish and nurture their inherent goodness, they act as secret agents of kindness. Using undercover names like Whip, Neigh Neigh, and G Baby Believe, teens perform anonymous acts of kindness and support others doing the same. Founder Ferial Pearson believes that by doing so, the secret agents "become more ... aware of, and grateful for, their capacity to positively change themselves and their world." In this inspirational and funny interview, Pearson gets personal as she talks about gratitude, the program, her kids, and High Low Hero, a reflective exercise anyone can do at home. (5716 reads)

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