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Your Heart, My Hands: Arun K Singh, M.D. Book Signing
Integrity that shows itself through moral and ethical action. That is what He did during His mortal life; it is what He would be doing if He were living among us today; and it is what we should be doing as His disciples and members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. As we emulate His perfect example, our hands can become His hands; our eyes, His eyes; our heart, His heart. I am deeply impressed by the way our Church members extend themselves to others.
As we hear of your selfless sacrifice and overwhelming compassion, our hearts swell with gratitude and happiness. You are a shining light to the world, and you are known for your goodness and compassion all around the globe. Many people were hungry, sick, and dying. I remember well the humanitarian shipments of food and clothing that came from the Church in Salt Lake City.
To this day, I can still remember the smell of the clothing, and I can still taste the sweetness of the canned peaches.
There were some who joined the Church because of the goods they received at that time. Some members looked down on these new converts. It is not good to make others feel as though they are deficient. Let us lift those around us. Let us extend a welcoming hand.
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Let us bestow upon our brothers and sisters in the Church a special measure of humanity, compassion, and charity so that they feel, at long last, they have finally found home. On one occasion the Savior taught a parable of two men who went into the temple to pray. I fast twice in the week, I give tithes of all that I possess.
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In that last day when we are called to the judgment bar of God, do we not hope that our many imperfections will be forgiven? It seems only right and proper that we extend to others that which we so earnestly desire for ourselves. I am not suggesting that we accept sin or overlook evil, in our personal life or in the world.
Nevertheless, in our zeal, we sometimes confuse sin with sinner, and we condemn too quickly and with too little compassion. Once we understand that, we can begin to understand how we should treat our fellowmen. But I am still a dollar bill. I am worth something. Even though I may not look like much and even though I have been battered and used, I am still worth the full 20 dollars.
With this in mind, let our hearts and hands be stretched out in compassion toward others, for everyone is walking his or her own difficult path. As disciples of Jesus Christ, our Master, we are called to support and heal rather than condemn.
It is unworthy of us as Christians to think that those who suffer deserve their suffering. And let us especially be there for our brothers and sisters during times of adversity. An old Jewish legend tells of two brothers, Abram and Zimri, who owned a field and worked it together. They agreed to divide both the labor and the harvest equally. He then returned to his bed, satisfied that he had done the right thing. Meanwhile, Abram could not sleep either.
Talking with Dr. Singh about “Your Heart, My Hands”
He thought of his poor brother, Zimri, who was all alone and had no sons to help him with the work. It did not seem right that Zimri, who worked so hard by himself, should get only half of the harvest. Surely this was not pleasing to God.