John Foley, SJ
The commandment of the Lord is already in our hearts and in our mouths.
Those who did not stop to help the Samaritan did so for reasons that go far beyond the question of their individual selfishness and selflessness.
The minimum necessary is everything: love God wholly, and love your neighbor as yourself.
Jesus redefines neighbor as the hated stranger who is down and out,
challenging us to stop what we are doing and care for his need.
Do you make an effort to give your time to God and the people you love, or are you always in a hurry to do more important things?
I am learning to live with you
but your language is beyond me