Tattoos on the Heart By ben trapp

Chapter 2: Dis-grace

I like this chapter because it shows that everyone has grace in their lives and it is up to them to receive it or not. My favorite story was the story of Lula and how he is very humorous, even if it's unintentional. Lula never got down on himself and was always himself in every situation. I particularly like the part where he had all Fs on his report card, yet was extremely happy to show Father G that he had zero absences. This teaches an important lesson of perseverance that everyone can learn from.

Chapter 7: Gladness. I really like the theme and overall feel of this chapter. It conveys a sense of happiness with a clear tinge of humor. One line I noticed that stood out was, "the opposite of depression is not happiness, it's delight." This stood out to me because it was eye-opening and made me think about what happiness truly is and if I have obtained it.

Chapter 9: Kinship

According to Father G, "Kinship is what happens to us when we refuse to forget that we belong to each other." This statement is extremely profound and powerful because it shows that kinship is truly a wonderful gift that would be incredible if everyone showed it. I like all the stories in this chapter because they all portray others as showing kinship and kindness to others. Kinship is an amazing thing and would be even better if everyone saw the needs of others and used the gift of kinship.

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