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Rachel's Tears: The Spiritual Journey of Columbine Martyr Rachel Scott Themes

Beth Nimmo
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Live Life to its Fullest

Rachel was known for her passion for life. From a very young age, she seemed to know that she wouldn't live a very long life. When she was young, she never played house like other children. In her journals, less than a year before she died, she commented that it would be her last year of life. This could have been why she embraced life and Christianity the way she did.

Rachel didn't worry about fitting in properly when it came to being kind to others and living out her faith. Her journal was full of prayers and letters in which she showed her struggles. Friends turned away from her because of her faith, but she still clung to her God. Instead of preaching at them, she used drama to reach out to others. She performed a religious mime and wrote religious songs. When...

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