Day two of discussion from the 2014 Mormon Lit Blitz.
Today's Piece: "The Primary Temple Trip" by Laura Hilton Craner
Service is a central part of Mormon culture. In order to highlight the value of service, the stories we tell often tend to emphasize how good service feels.
In many cases, though, important service does not neatly fit into our standard narrative models for how service ought to go.
What do you think about the depiction of service in this piece?
Have you had any experiences with service this piece reminds you of?
What words does your mother say all the time?
What other reactions did you have to this piece?