b'THE DAILY PRACTICE OF LIFE 23Jerusalem (Lk 10:2937). The Good Samaritan did not pause to discern the situation before helping. Likewise, we need not have all of our spiritual questions answered before we respond to the needs of others.A significant common ground of great religious traditions is a call to actively love others by reaching out and meeting needs. In contrast, what divides people of faith is often a difference of theological opinion. Have you noticed, though, that chil-dren can disagree with one another but play together anyway?Ask and ye shall receivenot all the answers but real com-munity and access to Gods kingdom, here and now. Are we there yet? No, but we are in a good, inquiring place along the path.'