Chapter 3 is titled Compassion. What is compassion? While Father Greg was teaching a course at Folsom Prison, he asked his students the same question. His students were silent for a while, until one of them finally said, "Compassion is God." We're asked to be in the world who God is, and if we long to be in the world who God is, then, somehow our compassion has to find its way into the world with us. God loves everyone, and has compassion for everyone. We have to do the same. Compassion isn't about just feeling the pain of others; it's about bringing them in toward yourself. The story I liked the most in this chapter is the story of Betito. Betito was a funny, bright, and energetic kid, who everyone loved. One day he froze in an open fire shooting, and got shot. Betito had gotten a through and through wound, which he eventually died from. Father Greg was deeply affected because it was kids he loved killing a kid he loved. This story teaches us that we not only need to have compassion for the victim, but also for the victimizers too.