Based on her new book, Grateful, Diana Butler Bass explores the spiritual practices of thanksgiving. Looking at gratitude as both a transforming emotion and a radical ethical practice, she takes us on a journey that enables us to discover gratitude as both resilience and resistance.
Diana (Ph.D. Duke University) is an award-winning author and internationally known public speaker and thought leader on issues of spirituality, religion, culture, and politics. She has appeared on CNN, MSNBC, PBS, CBS, and FOX, has been interviewed on numerous radio programs, including shows on NPR, CBC, and Sirius XM, and has work featured in numerous print and online newspapers and magazines including Time, USA Today, and the Los Angeles Times.
She lives in Alexandria, Virginia, with her husband, Richard Bass, and their dog, Rowan. You can follow her online at www.dianabutlerbass.com, her public author page on Facebook, and on Twitter @dianabutlerbass.