Everyday Grace by Marianne Williamson
For many years, I have embraced Everyday Grace as one of my favorite books by Marianne Williamson. Whereas, A Return to Love is her wondrous works of recognition. I find wisdom enveloped in every page that continues to enlighten me today. It’s still bewildering to me that I cannot recall the time I stumbled on her awe-inspiring works. Since, the first year of 1992, as an aspiring, Course in Miracle's student, or, after I heard about A Return to Love on the Oprah Winfrey show. They were therefore entwined in my life that it fascinates me to this day, regardless of how it came to me. I believe it was an act of grace that her words became the bread and water that nourished my heart, mind, and soul. However, if I had to recommend one of her books, it would be Everyday Grace, which came 10 years later in 2002. Having hope, finding forgiveness, and making miracles are in its pages.
What’s even more is the incredible grace that she edifies, that I’m a huge fan and supporter of all her books. I also studied from the same course texts. That is most likely what she conveyed clearer than anyone else in the world has done for me. Those together bring a peace and reassurance that hold me captive. In harmony with Marianne's instrumental messages of love and forgiveness, came another perspective from my book Imprinted Wisdom, which I attribute immensely to Marianne's illuminations as part of my Everyday Grace forevermore.
Causes Catherine Nagle Supports
Westwind Foster Family Agency, Christian Children's Fund, Compassion International, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Invisible Children, Save the Children