cretive writing-love your neighbour as yourself.
we commonly think of neighbours as the people who live near us,but if we look at the bigger picture,it include all mankind- even our enemies! love your neighbour means to love all persons, everywhere-not just our friends,allies,countrymen etc.keeping this commandment ,however,is likely to require the supernaturalal assistance only GOD can provide.
some wise person once said,'toleration is thegreatest gift of the mankind.it requires the same effortof thebrain as it takesto balance oneself on a bicycle."perhapsif there would be more toleration in our societyit would be more caring and helpus to love our neighbours.
we live in so called "democratic society".we r all created equally.we all have a heart and a brain. but because of some small differences,be it race,religion,sex,colour,moral values or a disability we r not all treated with equallity. if we learn some simple tricks we'll get along better with all kinds of people.we should always be willing to forgive others.
in his sermons and parables,JESUS seeks to shook us out of our selfishness and worldliness and create in us a true passion for the welfare of our fellow men around the world.the GOLDEN RULE-treat others as you would want to be treated-ispossibly the best known quote from the BIBLE.
what matters to god is our love for him andour love for each-other.wealth, power and status countfor nothing in the kingdom of god.when we truly love our neighbours,we do our part to make the world a better place and we find our own fulfillment in life. god definitely loves and blesses those who love his fellow beings.the most shinning example of someone who showed compassion is MOTHER TERESA.herselfless love and care for all beings was truly remarkable. it is well said-
"do something for somebody gladly,
it will sweeten your every care,
in sharing the sorrows of others,
your own r less hard to bear,
do something for somebody always,
whatever may be your creed,t
here's nothing on earth can help you,
so much as a kindly deed."