It was the hissy fit heard around the country:
Well, itwasn'ta tattoo ... it was henna. The child had gotten her little hands decorated with flowers, swirlies and her name—Leah—as part of a school program designed to expose youngsters to other cultures.
Leah's mom had gotten en email advising that henna would be offered at the event, but to be fair, the school didn't give parents any details about henna ahead of time so that she could make an informed decision.
Note to the reader:
This blog post deals with Christian theology written from the point of view of a lay person who has done a lot of research on this topic. I
welcome comments on the topic at hand, but this is not the place to
take potshots at religion or religious people. If you feel the need
to do so, you're welcome to start your own blog.
should go without saying, but the comments below do not imply any
practice of religious discrimination on the part of Blue Lotus
Mehndi. Blue Lotus Mehndi gladly serves ALL clients without
hesitation and has always done so.