WE sometimes hear it said about someone with a difficulty of any sort, "It is his problem!" Apparently the speaker is unaware that his flippant remark evinces on his part a lack of spiritual understanding and of charity. His remark points to a failure to appraise the divinely intended brotherhood of the large family of men.
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