Chiara wrote: ‘Among all the Words in the gospel we noticed immediately all those for our charism concerned specifically with evangelical love towards each neighbour, not only the poor, as when we read in the Gospel that Jesus had said ‘Whenever you did this for one of the least important of these brothers of mine (and that means everyone), you did it for me.’ (Mt 25:40). Our old way of understanding our neighbour and loving them crumbled. If Christ was in some way in everyone, discriminations couldn’t be made, nor could preferences. Our normal way of reasoning of classifying people was thrown into the air: fellow country man or foreigner, old or young, beautiful or ugly, likeable or not, rich or poor, Christ was behind each one, Christ was in each one. ‘Another Christ’ really was each neighbour – if grace enriched his soul – or ‘another Christ’, a Christ proud – if he was still far from Him. Living like this, we realised that our neighbour was our way to reach God.