Dallas, Tex. : Spring Publications, 1990.
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viii, 152 p.; 23 cm
The gift of grace, coming to us as beauty, cannot be ordered or owned, only acknowledged and served. When events take on a mythical dimension and reverberate in the soul, then we feel grace. The three images of divinity guiding this book express the often unconscious pagan grace present in our daily lives. With this book, Ginette Paris continues the work of Pagan Meditations in reviving individual, cultural, and social life by reawakening their archetypal roots.
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