I only saw that exact quote being asked about by someone on the Internet. No source other than the movie "Far From Heaven"
I'm feeling happy for the Earth today
She's gonna make it in her own way
A solar system full of love and grace
Her evolution to a shining place
~from The World Today by Mark Pinder
Is it because it is not thou I see,
But only my poor, blotted fancy of thee?
Oh! never till thyself reveal thy face,
Shall I be flooded with life's vital grace.
Oh make my mirror-heart thy shining-place,
And then my soul, awaking with the morn,
Shall be a waking joy, eternally new-born.
~from A Book of Strife in the Form of The Diary of an Old Soul
by George MacDonald
Have I lived in the shining place?
Do I live in the shadow of the moon?
Do I dwell in abiding grace?
Do I walk in the golden afternoon?
~from LIGHT AGAIN ©Rebecca Wave
In the shadow of the moon,
there's a bright and shining place
Where two hearts can learn to share
love beyond all time and space.
~Sinatra "In the Shadow of the Moon"
For every green and golden-hearted thing
That gathers beauty in that shining place,
Beloved of beams and wooed by wind and wing,
Is rife with glimpses of her marvellous face;
And in the whispers of the lips of Spring
The music of her lute-like voice I trace.
~By a River, sonnet by Henry Kendall
Now I Shall Speak Somewhat
Of The House Of Nimrod
And The Evils Of His Temple,
Or Tower, Which He Did Cause
To Rise On The Plain Of Shinar,
Which Meaneth The Shining Place,
For There The Glory Of The Spirit World
Was Want To Shine Through Unto This World.
For In That Place
The Veil Between Heaven And Earth
Was Extremely Thin,
And Because Of This Nimrod
Discovered It To Be A Powerful Place.
And Through The Principles Of Power
Which He, Nimrod, Possessed From His Grandfather, Ham,
Who Fell From Grace,
He Rose To Great Power.
~ Lectio For Niddah Lighting High Mass
To a new and shining place
Make our bed and we'll say our grace -
Freedom's light burning warm...
Me -- come! My dazzled face
In such a shining place!
Me -- hear! My foreign Ear
The sounds of Welcome -- there!
So late a Dowerless Girl --
Nowhere to hide my dazzled Face --
No one to teach me that new Grace --
Nor introduce -- my Soul –
~ Emily Dickinson, # 0400 - 0499 (of 1775)
http://www.colorado.edu/EDIS/journal/ar ... Lease.html