Indifference and Intolerance Breed Sin

woman_9“When we’re indifferent to the conditions of those around us we demonstrate a lack of investment in their lives. Indifference says “I don’t care enough to even dislike you.” Sin doesn’t start with hatred, it’s bred from the marriage of indifference and intolerance. Once married these two spiritual conditions cause us to ignore the common humanity we share with the poor, the imprisoned, the lonely, the sick, and the dying. To be more Christlike is to choose lover over indifference, selflessness over selfishness, and a true desire to show others the face of God in our humanity.” –


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