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May - June 2021
Editor Desk

Be kind - Hearted ...

The Good Samaritan and Simon of Cyrene are well-known biblical people. They are quite similar. They were both passers-by, they stopped and played an important part in what was happening. They were not indifferent, but they turned to help someone who was suffering, a complete strange. Many others around just closed their eyes and made up reasons not to intervene or help, but not these two. Discreetly, incognito, they took a place that no one else wanted. They will change the life of the other whom they are helping by giving of themselves without expecting anything in return. The pain and suffering affected them; they were filled with compassion and identified with those were suffering and rejected. Their compassion was stronger than them and their fears. They reached out to the person who was crushed, bloody and despised. They helped them and, in the process, they were transformed and then continued on their journey.

Pathways of God

Kind - Heartedness in the Bible

The Old Testament Book of Ruth tells a touching story. Because of a drought in Israel, a couple emigrated with their two sons to Moab, a neighbouring pagan land. Sometime after settling there, their sons married local women, one of whom was called Ruth. Tragedy struck when not only the father, but the two sons died, leaving the three women without income or support. The mother, Naomi, decided to return to Bethlehem. She encouraged her daughters-in-law to stay in Moab and remarry. Ruth, however, refused to abandon Naomi. Instead, she accompanied her back to Israel and stayed with her in what was, for Ruth, a strange land with a foreign god. In so doing, Ruth became a model of kindness for all readers of the Bible.