This is what we call 'pakikipag-kapwa,' the act of reaching out and touching the leper
is a powerful image of Christ telling the leper
-an outcast of society-and us that we all have a shared humanity.
And Jesus, moved with compassion and mercy, does exactly what the leper
Jesus Himself was amazingly daring, letting the leper
get near Him and entering into an exchange with Him.
has to go home after so long to people who simply haven't had his experience--not just of being ostracized but of being set astonishingly free.
There might be an argument for general morality, but then why not go and find a one-legged leper
who is being abused locally, closer to home, and use the opportunity to fix things?
She has reintegrated many former lepers
into society and made them useful beings.
Perhaps the best scene for such analysis would be one commonly referred to as the leper
12) The medieval leper
testified to an integrity of body and soul shared by all; given world enough and time, the "foule drosse" of sin would mark the "faire skinne" of all sinners.
It also proceeded from a sense that the convergence of the narrator's music and that of the leper
is both fusion and fission.
There is the possibility it could be a leper
hospital although I have not seen any convincing documentary evidence.
The Museum is the only one of its kind in India, and is composed of eight modular displays besides a special exhibit on the establishment and early years of the 'Homeless Leper
When British nurse Kate Marsden arrived at the Siberian leper
colonies in the 19th century, the sickly inhabitants were amazed to find she wasn't afraid of meeting them face to face.