I use grace to solve my problems.
Some of us, certain that we know what is best, push a particular solution to a given problem. Dictated by others, I can feel pressured into moving toward an end goal that may not be universally helpful.
Instead, I accept awareness that my cognitive perception of “the answer” is based only on my small piece of the puzzle. My cerebral knowledge is only part of the consideration for the next steps.
When I sit quietly and listen for guidance, I use grace to solve my problems.