The Samaritan Perspective is a great book. I’ve always been intrigued with the mind, the different mindsets and the why behind everything. Eric Stender did a great job writing about the view-point from individuals with different beliefs, backgrounds, and ulterior motives in a situation where morals and values had to be put to the test. Today, we struggle with what to do because we juggle with right or wrong. The initial thought is what others may think about our decisions. In The Samaritan Perspective, Eric focused on one scenario and put all characters within that scenario. With each character having a different mindset and a conscious, we read about how they decided on what to do based on where they are in life, their experiences, and the end results.
Another intriguing thing about the book is that it is written in third person, so we get to read as the characters are thinking. It makes more sense why they would make the decision to do what they did because each character started in one place and then ended up in the same situation. All, dialogued why they were doing what by giving us brief background stories that may or may not have played a part in their decisions. I recommend this book. It’s a great read.
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