The Good Samaritan Fallacy

The Good Samaritan Parable by Christ, is, without a doubt, one of the most misused and abused parables.

Let’s recap.

In the original story. There was a man who was enemy to the Samaritan, laying in a ditch wounded and/or dying. Three people walked past the wounded/dying man and decided they were all too busy to help the man. Emphasis was placed on the fact that these three people were the man’s “friend” and neighbor.

But it was the Samaritan, the wounded/dying man’s enemy who stopped to help him.

The moral of the story was to not treat an enemy as an enemy. To not be prejudice.

But too often, people misinterpret this story as “Turn the other cheek and take the abuse no matter what.”


The other parable by Christ that we see is the “Turn the Other Cheek” phrase we hear, often out of text. Matthew 5: 38 – 48. This one…

Translation, “Do not add to the fire.” This message was very much addressing the “Tit-For-Tat Strategy” by saying “tit-for-tat” is unethical. Instead, be a doormat.

However, this is assuming you have the 6th Ethic: Self-Value. I am a firm believer that many of the parables of Christ do not apply to the Mindset of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Ethics until and unless, they also have the first 6th Ethics. Ideally, the first 9 Ethics.

So here they are.

  • Courage to Face your Fears
  • Open Heart and Open Mind to Receive.
  • Try Everything. Always test yourself, push your limits, and see what you can do. (Trust is learned here)
  • Self-Control. Everything in Moderation. Mind your own business. Let others learn via their own path, in their own time.
  • Choose. Embrace your Power of Choice, but mind the ripples. For every action has an equal and opposite reaction.
  • You are as Valuable as everyone else. (Justice is learned here)

Sometimes, I wonder if Christ was a 6th Perspective of the I of I who only copied the Ethics of the Philosophers without fully integrating them himself because… Christ never talks on the Value of the Self and Equality, which is the core of the 6th Ethic.

  • Silent Observation. the Wise Student sits in quiet contemplation and observes to learn.
  • Effective Communication is the most powerful tool we have.
  • Use Conscious Foresight to always be mindful how our Words can and do greatly affect others. (Empathy is learned here)
  • Emotional Allowance is the Natural Order that frees us.
  • Logical Navigation permits us the skill to steer our lives into the direction of our dreams.
  • Forgiveness: The core of always giving love and kindness, most of all, to our enemies for they are in need of love above all. (Self-Love is learned here)

Now, the 12th Ethic is truly where Christ taught, But… BUT… BUT… Christ was speaking with the integrated 12 Ethics integrated under him. A 2nd Ethical Perspective who values Ethical Living above all else, does not. You cannot apply the 12th Ethic to your life UNTIL AND UNLESS you have integrated all of the 12 Ethics.

To not do so is to significantly damage the Self.

I look at Christ, or rather, the Words of Christ that the Council of Nicaea and the Roman Empire permitted us to have, and I’m scratching my head at this going, “Christ should know better. The Order of Operations is VITAL to the Application of the 12 Ethics. Christ should have known this so either,

  1. The words of Christ were altered or
  2. Christ was not as wise as we were led to believe he was.

Interesting. The 11th of the You of I, Logic. This is the first time I am seeing the “illogic” in Christ’s words. Interesting.

Christ’s lessons were significantly, and strangely, absent of Self-Love. It’s like… He taught the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 7th, 8th, and 9th only.

… That… is Tampering. That is too consistent to be anything else, but tampering. Strategically removing “Self-Love” and “Self-Value” from all of Christ’s work. Isn’t that interesting…

Now, I know that there are “Books of the Bible” and The Dead Sea Scrolls that were omitted. And I’ve already looked into those. And yes, I can concur that in those “omitted” Books of the Bible, Christ does talk on Self-Love extensively there.

Which is just more evidence that The Holy Roman Empire strategically removed the “Self-Love” Ethics from the Bible. That is the “Method to their Madness.” A religion doctored to ensure we “behaved” without any Self-Love. This is more solidified evidence that supports my thesis that:

The Holy Roman Empire, in 360 CE to 380 CE doctored the Christian Religion behind closed doors of the Council of Nicaea and, then they destroyed the Evidence: Alexandria.

Alexandria taught the 12 Ethics. And in 380 CE two historical events occurred:

  1. The Holy Roman Empire declared Catholicism as the “Official” religion of the Holy Roman Empire
  2. Alexandria was to be destroyed.

I look to The Greek Orthodox Church.

The Greek Orthodox Church disagreed with the Holy Roman Empire. *Everyone* claims they disagreed on “The Holy Trinity.”

The Holy Trinity.

Is The Philosopher’s Compass.

You know what is strangely missing from The Greek Orthodox Church: Genocide and Imperialization.


I wonder if they…

*At this point, I branched off and conducted some research and then wrote a thesis on my thoughts here.

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