What a sad movie where a young girl of 15years put to birth after 9months of gestation will have the nerve to throw the baby beside a stream near a police post and nobody sees her. There are many reasons why she did so she said, one of the reason is that, her parents where shut in the farm kom bui division when this crisis began, and she is the first girl in their family and she has to take care of her siblings (4 of them). They ran away from the village and came to the city where they were living in an uncompleted building and she had nothing to do and had to become a sex worker in order to feed the younger ones.
We live in a world where in the quest for power, position and popularity, people are losing the sense of others feelings and needs. Compassion and love are being replaced by and 'I' virus. Many care about others only when the are useful to them, after that they become an untouchable leper in their eyes ie the wealthy and rich ones. Those who reach out to people whom they don't know are those who have felt the pinch of difficulty in life and the society has seen them as out casts( those in the rural area). Like the leper, Jesus touches with compassion, like world pulse, she grows toward caring for one another and remember that no matter the silver and gold one rushes after, it can never buy a second you share with them in love.
Doing everything right, being on time for activities, just observing what is happening in the community and country isn't enough. As a woman who loves to help, its my duty not to be passive, not to be cold, not to remain different to the millions of innocent killings around me, not to shut up to the grave injustices, unjust laws against human rights or law supporting abortion. I have a voice, world pulse which encourages me today to use them. These are some of those efforts sisters require to change the community. I know we can make a different and not end up like those of laodicea which God condemned for being Lukewarm and indifferent.