Life is worth living when we don’t see ourselves in the difference of our social strata or ethnical discrepancies or in our individuality, but in the unity of Him who has made us one. In the light of Him who has made ALL men in the very image of Himself.
That beggarly old man is an image of God, care for him as one. The poor little young girl across the street isn’t your bed warmer but another image of God, treat her as one.
The destitute on the street, the less privileged around you, the orphans, the widow(ers), that maid, those neighbors are all made in the same image of God, just as you are too.
Life is worth living when you put a smile on a suffering face.
Life is worth living when you give laughter to a weary soul.
Life is worth living when you live for the service of humanity.
Life is worth living when you give Jesus to a needful heart.
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