American Growth and Global Leadership | A Conversation with General Wesley Clark
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The Library supports the programming initiatives of Grace Farms and aims to inspire people to live more meaningful lives. The purpose of its collection is to encourage the exploration of truth, appreciation of beauty, pursuit of justice, and experience of peace.
Books in the Grace Farms Library are available for purchase and loan. The Library’s collection contains select titles in the following categories:
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Justice + Ethics
Nature + Environment
Community + Relationships
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Justice Bar | The Justice Bar is now open in the Library during regular hours. Stop by today to view resources related to our Justice Initiative and learn how you can get involved with efforts to combat human trafficking and gender-based violence.
Poets in the Library | Readings by award-winning contemporary poets. Past speakers include Christian Wiman, Fanny Howe, and Ilya Kaminsky.
Freedom was a community laboring for something lovely and rare.
— from The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead
How kind time is, altering space so nothing stays wrong, and light more new light, always arrives.
— from "At Thomas Merton's Grave” by Spencer Reece featured in and souls are candles
I am always amused when people suggest that poetry is somehow remote from reality, as if language weren't the chief emotional and intellectual currency of this life...
— from Christian Wiman's introduction to and souls are candles
Human knowledge is never contained in one person. It grows from the relationships we create between each other and the world, and still it is never complete
— from When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi