The prodigal son parable is similar. When you read or hear it it's hard not to sympathize with the "good" son when he's ticked off about his good-for-nothing brother being thrown a huge party after he's basically spent his entire inheritance on prostitutes.I love the focus on becoming more compassionate. It's that horrible, good-for-nothing Samaritan who showed compassion for the nearly dead man. Compassion is important to turning things around.
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