No one hesitates to help a person who’s drowning in a pool.
We don’t stop and ask, “What’s in it for me?”
When someone needs our help in an emergency, we are quick to act.
So, why is it difficult to help someone when it isn’t an emergency?
When we have time to think about if we are in the mood, we are less likely to take a posture of generosity.
Emergency or not, it is no different. Either we are someone who solves problems or consider it to be is someone else’s.