What does your life stand for? Suffering, scarcity, and fear? Love, beauty, and joy? We choose to stand for abundance, joy, generosity, graciousness, fun, humor, love, friendship, support, and general good-will for all. It does not mean we reject their opposites—our suffering has taught us and served a purpose. Yet, arriving at this work, most of us no longer need suffering to define our lives. Making our lives about grace is not an idealistic dream, but an orientation—a compass. In this work, we consider “grace” to be a quality in both movement and principle, that embodies gracefulness, joyousness, playfulness, generousness, compassion, and beauty.