In Mexico City there is a shortage of water, as the lakes have dried up. In the outskirts of the city, people can spend about 20% of their income and buy water from trucks. There is enough rainfall, yet they do not know how to harness the water. Most is wasted. Similarly, so much grace is wasted. The irony is: We need grace to harness all the grace out there. Seeing grace in the small stuff, slowly brings the awareness of grace. For example, a good night’s sleep, no body pains for the day; nice weather, no delayed flight; tasty food, and the natural wonders of nature. Then, the awareness of grace grows in peace, wisdom, and experiencing God. Let grace not go in the gutters, unused. Otherwise, you have to pay for grace, like the water trucks in Mexico City. — Satish Daryanani