The Way of Grace

Terminology: Grace

Origin

Google.com Grace Definition

Middle English: via Old French from Latin gratia, from gratus ‘pleasing, thankful’; related to grateful.

Gratefulness

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Middle English: via Old French from Latin gratia, from gratus ‘pleasing, thankful’; related to grateful.

Quotes

“The nuns taught us there are two ways through life, the way of Nature and the way of Grace. You have to choose which one you'll follow.
Grace doesn't try to please itself. Accepts being slighted, forgotten, disliked. Accepts insults and injuries.
Nature only wants to please itself. Get others to please it too. Likes to lord it over them. To have its own way. It finds reasons to be unhappy when all the world is shining around it. And love is smiling through all things.”

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― Terrence Malick, The Tree of Life

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“[...] there are two ways through life, the way of Nature and the way of Grace. You have to choose which one you'll follow.”

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