The Good Samaritan is a parable told by Jesus Christ and is mentioned in the Gospel of Luke (10:29-37). It is the story of a traveler who is beaten, robbed, and left to die along the side of a road. According to the parable, a priest and then a Levite notice the struggling man but avoid him and ignore his distress.
Finally, a Samaritan comes upon the man who is in dire need of help for his survival.
Though the wandering man is a Samaritan and the injured man is a Jew, this particular Samaritan chooses to help the injured man voluntarily and without hesitation or thought of compensation. (Wikipedia)
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