Empathy | Animals | Children | Compassion | Handicap | Identity

“He felt compassion for them, because they were distressed and dispirited like sheep without a shepherd” (Matthew 10:36).

From an anonymous author comes this touching story of a little boy’s empathy. It begins with a little introduction in verse form…

Before I can sell John Jones what John Jones buys,
I must see John Jones through John Jones’ eyes. Then the story begins…

Once upon a time, a sign in a pet store indicated there were puppies for sale. A boy named John Jones walked into that pet store and, as he produced fifty cents, he said to the manager, “I’d like to buy one of the puppies.” The manager replied, “I’m sorry, son, these puppies are a special…

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