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Train the soul, help your neighbor

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alfred DaCosta

Homeless people stand on the side of the street with cardboard signs that talk about their present economic circumstances. People sit in front of Quick Trip and ask for change. The newest trend are people who pull up to gas stations and state that they are in need of gas.

Who is your neighbor
Alfred DaCosta

Welcome yet to another episode of Seekers of Truth. We seek to train the mind, body and soul. We ultimately seek the second coming of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Today we train the soul on how to love our neighbor. You may join us tomorrow morning live where we reach over land and sea to my very own mother in Jamaica who teaches us what the Morning Watch is and how you can apply it to your life. Make sure you have an RSS feeder installed on your device. A good one is feedly.

Asking the young people, "What does it mean to love your neighbor," these are their responses:

Karla says:

Love your neighbor means to love those around you with your heart not your eyes or mind. To not make assumptions or judge others but to support them and understand their lives and their actions. to always lend a helping hand even when not asked for help.

Yamile says:

I think it means not to be disrespectful and always be nice and dont be rude and show that your always there for them I think I'm not sure.....or to love your neighbor as yourself.

Edgar says:

I believe it means, to treat them as God would treat them. When they least and/or most deserve it, show them kindness, mercy, forgiveness, acceptance, and a whole lot more. It is an acknowledgement of the fact that they are made in the image of God. And at the same time a reassurance to them that you are too.

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