The Beauty of Uniqueness: Three Things Challenge #71

Shondra was an accountant, so she understood the importance of not buying frivolous things. So, even she was amazed at how much she had spent on lace in Spain. There was something about its beauty that touched her from head to toe. As she watched the old women tat the lace pieces, she marveled at the uniqueness of each piece. She realized that the same could be said for each human being. All are made in the image of God, but still each is precious in their rarity.

Written for the Three Things Challenge #71 from Light Motifs II: accountant, lace, and toe.

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