All of Suzanne's friends have exciting lives. In reality, they are busy with activities, decorating, and Santa Claus, and they realize something is missing. Suzanne discovers God is always doing something special. She writes her annual Christmas letter with this in mind and touches their lives.
The Jewish proprietor of an inn along the Jericho road is cleaning up when the door swings open to reveal a dreaded Samaritan bearing the near-dead body of a Jew. What begins as confusion and anger at the sight of this outsider, turns into admiration and respect for his unconditional love.
This touching sketch is split into two scenes: one contemporary, one a flashback. In both scenes, a mother and daughter argue about the mother asserting her parental authority and keeping the daughter from doing as she pleases: a generational problem.