Reasons to care

Thank you, Betty, Jeremy, Daniel, and Judith. Thank you for caring beyond your own borders. But even more, your contributions in this week's issue show why praying for those in danger is instinctive, needful, effective. I think something deep within human nature impels even those with no connection to events on the other side of the world to respond with spiritual and humanitarian aid.

In writing about her son, who is a journalist currently reporting from Kenya, Judith Mojon quotes the prophet Jeremiah, who heard God say, "I will put my law in their inward parts." She reminds me that no one's inner places are untouched by the laws of divine Love—those still little-understood laws that connect all beings to the one Supreme Being, that hold everyone in right relationship with each other, that awaken humanity to the underlying order and calm of Immanuel or "God with us" all.

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