Grace is a word that has different meanings depending on the contextualization given to it; however, taken as a quality, it is defined as the set of physical or psychological characteristics that make an individual beautiful or graceful. Most of the time, the subject with grace is seen as being pleasant, attractive or naive, as well as sweet and in some cases, inner peace. Similarly, this term is also used in the legal field, encompassing everything that entails a certain right approved by an entity that exercises public power.

There are some places whose names contain “gracia”, such as Barcelona and Tenerife, both in Spain, within which there are areas such as Paseo de Gracia and the District of Gracia, in addition to the tram with the same name.

It is also used to name people, being common in the female sex; The term originates from the Latin “gratia”, which became known with Catholicism.

Within religion, divine grace is the set of gifts granted by a deity to a human being, so that they keep their virtues intact and stay on the right path. In Christianity, this is granted by God to make a follower fulfill the Commandments. In ancient Greece, the goddesses known as “the three graces” represented nature and the charm and beauty that it gave off in all its aspects. Likewise, in the past, there were three ecclesiastical taxes in Spain, called the Bull of the Holy Crusade, the ecclesiastical subsidy and the ecclesiastical toilet.