Laura Durham’s, Grace is a Gift article, speaks about her third grade teacher giving her a gift in the form of a lesson; one that is an act of grace. The style of Durham’s writing is encaptivating, potreying the feeling that you are living through the situation as it is being read. Durham includes a powerful statement that I sometimes loose sight on: the difference between karma and grace. With karma, one may believe that what goes around comes around. Grace is simply a meaningful action or statement that is done through the goodness of one’s heart. I strive to enshrine the beauty that is grace and always remember that “grace is a gift- not a reward”.
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