Jesus passed through a village and a harlot came and laid her head at his feet and her tears began to flow. He washed their feet with his tears. The moral men of the village said that it was not right for a prostitute to touch them. They told Jesus to tell this harlot not to touch you. Even the touch of an ordinary woman is forbidden for a saint, then it is prostitution. Jesus said, "I don't know how many people have touched my feet, but no one has ever touched me with such purity." People have washed my feet with water but this woman has washed my feet with the tears of her souls.
This was also one of the crimes that Jesus had for which he was crucified. This event was generally against the perception of the policy of that society.
There is another incident where people brought a woman to Jesus because she was also a prostitute and it was Jewish law that it was legal to stone an adulteress. So Jesus was staying outside the village. People came to him and said that this woman is an adulteress and we have proof of this. Not only proof, this woman has also accepted this. So there is no question now and the old book says that stoning this woman is justified, justified. what do you say
Jesus said, the old book says right, but only those who have never committed adultery or thought about it are authorized to be stoned. You pick up the stone. The big pundits, chiefs and Panchs etc. of the society started to retreat quietly from the crowd. Slowly the people who brought the stone left the stone and ran towards the village. It was also a crime against Jesus that they saved an adulterous woman. Jesus' behavior does not fall within the general scope of policy, it is natural. They were doing what naturally arose in their consciousness. Neither will they think whether it is compatible with society's perception or not. Only a moral person does this.Being a religious person is a very unique phenomenon. This does not mean that a religious person necessarily becomes immoral. His conduct is devoid of morality and immorality. Sometimes it matches the policy and sometimes it doesn't match but he has no intention in mind to match or not. As long as we think, our behavior will be false and as long as our character is consistent with a belief, then our character will be hypocritical. Until then character is not coming from within, it is being weighed by external standards. Until then that character is not an expression of the soul and it will only imitate the society.