ThankYouTechTools said:The thing is one or two of these videos looked staged and further more those people that helped didn't have good hearts they are normal "human" beings. It's what we should do when we see people struggling due to their age or disability. I mean for example to not do anything when you see someone with crutches on the floor is "inhumane" or see an innocent child on its own wondering across a busy road (child abuse by those parents not watching) - c'mon wouldn't you do exactly the same? Isn't these qualities what makes us human and sets us apart from animals? Basiclly it's quite sad when we have to deem normal humane behaviour as a good hearts when really what it says is that people in general are too wrapped up in their own lives to help or notice others that need help. It doesn't say anything good about the general human race!!!!
You have every right to see World with your eyes.Edwood said:I'm from South Africa, here people do not have enough respect for anyone else to even attempt stuff like this. They burn children that are trapped in a public bus and burn people alive with tires around their necks if they don't agree with a stand point or want to do their jobs. Don't come and tell me that people are human. Respect for one another is most definitely not in human nature. Killing, humiliating, cruelty, degrading and destruction, that is human nature. Love, caring, respect and other stuff that makes the world a awesome place is a choice, a believe system. Look at kids playing, they gang up on the odd-one-out, the in crowd look down on the rest. That is live, not how we want it but human nature. Choice is what makes us different, not human nature.
So if you speak from personal experience I'm glad that you live in "Shangrala" but I experience reality, 49 murders a day, a rape every 9 minutes.... Racism, degradation, antagonism, aggression and all that because I am who I am, I had no choice in where or when I was born. But I do have a choice what I do with the life I was given. Respect, love and caring for others is something I choose. What do you choose when you see someone in real peril, do you drive past and think, I hope someone will help? or do you put you hazards on and help.