Are you your brother’s keeper? This question was first asked in a disingenuous way by someone who had just killed his brother. Obviously he did not see himself as his brother’s keeper. Yet the question still remains. What duty do you have to others? What duty do you have to strangers? Are you obligated to render aid to those in need when you are able to do so? You may encounter needs beyond your abilities, and you may argue your way out of duty to those you can help, but my word and your conscience commend you toward helping where you can. The story of the Good Samaritan was not meant only for Samaritans. Everyone can be one.
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