The prayer "Sim Shalom", recited at the end of the morning Amidah, first says:
שִׂים שָׁלוֹם טוֹבָה וּבְרָכָה חֵן וָחֶֽסֶד וְרַחֲמִים עָלֵֽינוּ -- Grant peace, goodness and blessing, grace, lovingkindness and mercy to us...
תּוֹרַת חַיִּים וְאַֽהֲבַת חֶֽסֶד וּצְדָקָה וּבְרָכָה וְרַחֲמִים וְחַיִּים וְשָׁלוֹם׃ -- [You have given us] the Torah of life, and love of kindness, and righteousness and blessing and mercy and life and peace...
"Goodness" and "grace" are mentioned only in the first; "life" and "righteousness" only in the second. Why? We certainly wish to ask God for "life" and "righteousness" as well; and I am sure the Torah is considered to also teach "goodness" and "grace".
And note that "shalom" is first in the first line and last in the second. Why?
(Just poetry, forget it?)