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Christine Caine: Compassion Requires Action

Do we feel emotions or are we motivated to action?

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Drawing from the story of the Good Samaritan, Christine Caine reveals how, for most of her life, she was more like the priest and the pharisee. Real compassion, she says, results in action. As we are bombarded with messages about the broken and abused in our world, do we merely feel emotions or are we motivated to action?

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