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One day, a man was walking on the street when he was attacked by some men.
He lay on the road, waiting for someone to help him when a priest walked by. The man thought that he would help him, but instead, he just walked on by.
Next, a Levite walked by. The man once again hoped that this Levite would help him, but he too walked on by.
Then, a Samaritan walked by, saw the man on the floor and rushed over to help him.
The good Samaritan took the injured man to an inn and told the innkeeper to look after him.
The moral of the story is that even though the Priest was expected to help and so was the Levite, in the end it was the Samaritan, the person who nobody expected to help, who did. Don't stereotype.
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