Everyone wants to be nice to me — but no‐one wants to be my friend
This line reportedly from a homeless person who regularly turned up at a church soup kitchen.
Do we sometimes discriminate against a person based on how they look or speak — and maybe even we are friendly and helpful to them at the same time? Sometimes I think it’s hard not to. And when are we supposed to judge people — or do we leave all that to God? Listen to what James says about judging …
The Car Jacking is an old tale of anonymous origin.
Images in this post are of the sculpture ‘Homeless Jesus’ by Timothy Schmalz
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