How NOT to be a Good Samaritan

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Geoff B has had three main careers. Some of them have overlapped. After attending Stanford University (class of 1985), he worked in journalism for several years until about 1992, when he took up his second career in telecommunications sales. In 1995, he took up his favorite and third career as father. Soon thereafter, Heavenly Father hit him over the head with a two-by-four (wielded by the Holy Ghost) and he woke up from a long sleep. Since then, he's been learning a lot about the Gospel. He still has a lot to learn. Geoff's held several Church callings: young men's president, high priest group leader, member of the bishopric, stake director of public affairs, media specialist for church public affairs, high councilman. He tries his best in his callings but usually falls short. Geoff has five children and lives in Colorado.

7 thoughts on “How NOT to be a Good Samaritan

  1. Yeah having insurance would’ve helped this guy find a preventative cause for his dehydration and made sure he had the medicine he needed. As the parable goes there are many that passed him by, luckily Obama stopped and helped millions get insured.

  2. AD 30: Compulsory health insurance keeps you from getting robbed by thugs.
    AD 2014: Compulsory health insurance is just another means of getting robbed by thugs.

  3. “luckily Obama stopped and helped millions get insured.”

    Unfortunately, first he made sure that millions lost their insurance.

  4. Id want to go find the robbers and discover what happened in their childhood that drove them to a life of crime. Then use “public money” to create programs to address the root causes of those problems. I’m sure study groups, experts, concerned citizens, and coalitions of existing organizations could pull together and eliminate such suffering,

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