The Seventh Most Important Thing By Shelley Pearsall

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Arthur from "The Seventh Most Important Thing" by Shelley Pearsall demonstrates the traits of kindness, forgiveness, and curiosity. The reasons I personally think this is the case are that he was very forgiving to his mother, even though she threw out his dads belongings that meant a lot to him, and I think he is kind because he still does things for his mom. I think that he is also curious because even though he doesn't have to, he still wants to learn more about many things in his life. Textual evidence that supports my claim of why he is curious is when the text said "The purpose of the Seven Most Important Things still bugged him", which shows that he is a little annoyed but also curious about why the Seven Most Important Things must be
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