Then, just over a week ago, my friend Rachel Anne Ridge wrote about Graciousness at her Home Sanctuary blog. Her perception of what graciousness is and what a little of it can do–well, her words were like a breath of fresh mountain air.
She says, in part:
Lately, I’ve been thinking about the art of being gracious.
It feels a little old-fashiony and quaint, doesn’t it? Graciousness doesn’t seem like a trait that gets a whole lot of play in today’s world.
But I’d love to see it make a comeback.
I think graciousness gets mistaken for weakness sometimes because it doesn’t ever push itself on anyone. It gets overlooked because recipients of its gentle charm. . .
With Rachel’s permission, I’m letting her do the talking today. Please click here to read the rest of her thoughts at www.homesanctuary.com.
Thanks for reading.
You’re very gracious!