Dorothy Day Response Paper
What audience did Dorothy Day have in mind when writing her autobiography? Who was she trying to reach and what was her message? When Dorothy Day wrote her autobiography I don’t believe she had a specific audience in mind, in fact I believe her intention was to reach average individuals in hopes to inspire. In her book, she mapped her entire journey out in a way that just about anyone could easily relate to at least one part of her life, whether searching and yearning for something during childhood, emotional and spiritual roller coasters during her early adulthood/parenthood or late adulthood when I believe she found the balance she’d been trying to achieve for a while. I believe her technique was …show more content…
Based on what you know about Dorothy Day from her autobiography, what would Day’s message be to society today?
I believe Dorothy Day’s message to today’s society would be to serve God while restoring humanity. Don’t just serve God by praying and making donations to charities and churches like many do, but instead physically live the life. In class, the saying “put your money where your mouth