Homily (Reflection) for the Thirtieth Sunday of the Year (A) (25th October, 2020) on the Gospel Ex 22:20-26; Ps 17:2-4.47.51 (R. V. 2); 1Thess 1:5-10; Matt 22:34-40. One man while reprimanding his son complained bitterly that he had done everything he could as a father. According to him, no one could love better than he did. He repeated this a good number of times. At a point, his son excused himself in a very polite manner, went into his room and came back searching through the pages of the bible. His father stopped with his mouth wide open and his brain filled with possibilities moped at him. After a while, he referred his father to John 15:13. The man quickly took the bible and it reads: “No one has greater love than this, to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.” The man could not make a meaning out of the passage. Hence he enquired what the passage meant in the context and the boy told him: “Despite the fact that you have boasted so much of loving me more than any person can love his/her son. I doubt so much how true this claim is because if a man could die for his friends, a father who truly loves his son is expected to do much more than dying.” Topic: Two wings of Christian love.