A man looking down at a homeless beggar, except the homeless beggar is holding up a mirror in front of him, and all those who stop are now looking at themselves.
I had multiple thoughts regarding this drawing, but nothing definitive.
Then, later in the day, my son-in-law, Brady, texted me a scripture that he has been meditating upon recently.
“For if a person just listens and doesn’t obey, he is looking at his face in a mirror; as soon as walks away, he can’t see himself anymore or remember what he looks like.”
It is one of those verses that you, (generic you), any of us, me, needs to read, but you don’t want to read.
To look at the poor and do nothing is looking at the truly poor in spirit, you.
To consider the hungry and do nothing, is to live with hunger yourself, spiritually.
Consider those who are invisible to others.
For the need you see and meet in them, may meet the need that you know to be within yourself.