Christ and the blind man!

  • 7 January 2014
  • makarajyothi

I am sure all of you know about the story in which Jesus Christ gives sight to a blind man. Being what Christ is, why did he choose to give him sight alone and nothing more (meaning riches, etc.,) It seems to me that the only obstacle that the blind man faced is his inability to see, which put him at a disadvantage when compared to the majority. By removing the obstacle, Jesus helped him to be at par with the rest. And let him decide his course in life.

Moral of the story: Help must be only to remove obstacles and nothing more.... What do you say?