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James Randolph
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The Power of the Hug

Published on 9/28/2017
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The Power of the Hug...

The Power of the hug may easily be under-rated; at least I was surprised by it during my visit to Washington, DC.

After enjoying a great dinner at an Italian restaurant near china town, a small group of us took a strool along some of the streets not far from the restaurant. As we continued walking we noticed the fewer and fewer attractive shops and restaurants and more less attractive businesses. We also notice an increasing number of people asking for a hand out.

I guess we looked like the typical tourists and was approached by a woman seemingly in her mid fifties. She asked if we could help her get some food and other necessities.

It happened that one in our group was an Evangelist and began a conversation with the woman while I wondered how she would interact with someone on the street.

I'm usally ambivilent when approached by people begging for money on the street, but for some reason I was rather neutral.

Well, we all gave something and handed it to our new friend in Washington,DC.

I felt relieved and was ready to resume our strool but the Evangelist in our group suggested we join hands and pray for our friend. We prayed and our friend thanked us, and then:

one by one we hugged her...

She was thankful for the money and appeared appeciative, but after we hugged her she became estactic, crying with tears of joy and could not thank us enough.


I believe that for a moment we gave her back her personhood.



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