There was a man who was beaten, robbed and left on the side of the road bleeding.
A rich entitled man sees the struggling man and walks away without helping him.
Another man sees the struggling man and does not bother to help him leaving the man to suffer alone.
A samaritan came across the beaten man. The samaritan went down from his donkey to help the man and treat his wounds.
When it was time to part ways, the man asked if there was anything he could do to thank him. The Good Samaritan said he did not need anything from him from him because he was doing what the Lord would have wanted him to do.
The Good Samaritan took the man to an Inn to make sure he is okay and safe.
The lesson of Jesus parable about The Good Samaritan is to treat others the way you would want to be treated. "Do Unto Others As You Would Have Them Done Unto You" (Luke 6:31)
Another lesson this parable is trying to teach us is, if a samaritan (someone who looks down on Jews) helped a Jewish man then we should be able to help everyone no matter who they are and what they look like