Imagine a contest where the goal is to be the best at loving your neighbour as yourself. Who do you think would win–someone who’s religious or someone who isn’t? What kind of a question is that? Maybe the kind that can help all kinds of people face their own stereotypes. After all, some religious people are better than others at loving their neighbour, and the same can be said of not-so-religious people.
But religious or not, we all know the world would be a better place if everybody would love their neighbour as themselves. And we all know that’s easier said than done. The idea of loving our neighbour as ourselves came from the Torah (Leviticus 19:18) and was repeated by Yeshua (that’s the Jewish way to say Jesus–Luke 10:27), whom some (like us!) believe is the Moshiach.
How can we, no matter who we are, love our neighbour as ourselves?
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