Show Notes

It is 1975. An 11-year-old boy and his family are in the middle of chaos during the Vietnam War. The last thing you can imagine is this little boy being put on a plane, without his mother and siblings, to begin a long journey. A journey that brings us all the way to 2019, Pepperdine University in Malibu, California.

We’re in the midst of Season 2 of the podcast and this season is all about Journeysthe different life journeys we encounter.

On this episode, we’re talking about gratitude – we’re looking at how choosing thankfulness affects your life and the lives of those around you. And let me tell ya….I have a special treat for you!

My guest today is that 11-year-old boyMr. Hung Le. He is the Associate Vice President and Registrar at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California. I can promise you this: his journey is one of gratitude, and the strength to love God… again. I’m thrilled to share Part 1 of this interview with you because Hung Le is one of the deepest, most insightful individuals I know.


“It was my job to continue the family name. Even at 11-years-old, I knew what that meant. I knew there was a chance that I would never see them again.” — Hung Le [0:10:13.1]

“With the bombs dropping all around us, we didn’t know who would live, who would die.” — Hung Le [0:10:23.1]

“I came to Pepperdine looking for a great education. What I found here, was a family.” — Hung Le [0:15:41.1]


Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

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