By Peter James Dyck
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You know what a conscience is," the pastor began. "It's that little voice inside us that tells us what's right and what's wrong. The apostle Paul wrote a letter to the Romans in which he said everybody has a conscience.
It's not for a normal foot. See how short and stubby it is? It's for a man who has no toes. And see this one, it's for a man who lost even more than his toes. Every year these two shoemakers make almost 500 pair of special shoes Page 42 for patients who can't wear normal shoes anymore. "Pedro, you're very fortunate you came here today. " As they left the strange cobbler workshop, Pedro noticed crutches hanging from the ceiling. Maria nudged him to look at the many different artificial legs leaning against the wall.
Schmidt introduced the man to Pedro and Maria. As they reached out to shake hands they noticed his hand was deformed. Some fingers were only stubs; a few were missing altogether. For a moment they wondered whether they should shake his hand. Perhaps by touching him they would also get his terrible disease. It hadn't occurred to Pedro yet that he already had the same sickness. Maria certainly had no idea that what had happened to this man was the same thing that had happened to her Pedro. But they both had seen people with leprosy before and thought this man was a leprosy patient.
A Leap of Faith: True Stories for Young and Old by Peter James Dyck