Sunday Dinner: Grace

“Grace is a power that comes in and transforms
a moment into something better”
Caroline Myss
“…whatever is lovely, whatever is gracious,
if there is anything worthy of praise,
think about these things.
And peace will be with you.”
Barbara Kingsolve
“Grace is the celebration of life,
relentlessly hounding all the non-celebrants in the world.
It is a floating, cosmic bash shouting its way
through the streets of the universe,
flinging the sweetness of its cessations to every window,
pounding at every door in a hilarity
beyond all liking and happening,
until the prodigals come out at last and dance,
and the elder brothers
finally take their fingers out of their ears.”
Robert Farrar Capon
Photos by Woodland Gnome 2017
“How we fall into grace.
You can’t work or earn your way into it.
You just fall. It lies below, it lies beyond.
It comes to you,
Rick Bass



About woodlandgnome

Lifelong teacher and gardener.

9 responses to “Sunday Dinner: Grace

  1. I wonder…
    which comes first- grace or faith?
    Or do they come hand-in-hand?

  2. ooo and oooo to the way you gave us four views of the masterful web with thoughts on GRACE
    weally webby and wonderful (ha)

    “whatever is lovely, whatever is gracious…”

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