Tattoos are all the rage with young people. Not that older folks don’t have them, it’s just that for the most part the older folks got the tats when they were younger people. I have several kids and kids in law who sport a number of tats. Today’s devotional by Chad Veach reposted from Devotionals Daily brings a unique look at the subject. No matter what your opinion of the practice is I think I can safely say you’ll never look at a tattoo the same way again.
“I don’t know about you, but I think there’s a missing love language. There can’t only be five, right? Another language exists out there. We’ve all seen it, and it looks something like this:
The words “I love Mom” cascading down a forearm. Something in Hebrew etched along the center of a lower back. A flock of birds on an ankle, a shoulder blade, a wrist. (Really, you could put a flock of birds anywhere, and people would still find a way to make it meaningful.)
Half of a tribal symbol stretching across a chest with the other half on that person’s best friend’s chest.
Anchors. Roses. Chinese characters. Sleeves and sleeves and more sleeves!
Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Love Language Six: Tattoos.
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