Death Between Villages

A man fell ill, so an ancient story goes, between two villages. It was exactly halfway between the two villages and that presented a problem to the authorities as to which village should take care of the stricken man. It had to be decided which community the man was actually closest to. And therein lay the disagreement. One village maintained that the distance should be measured from the man’s navel; the other village argued that it should be calculated from the man’s mouth.

The outcome of the little drama was obvious, of course. as the two communities argued over the legality of the problems the poor fellow died.

Source – https://www.sermoncentral.com/sermons/using-religion-to-escape-religion-tim-zingale-sermon-on-jesus-ministry-61644

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