Do you go out of your own way to prevent/help correct misfortune upon others? For example (albeit really surface level), you make a spill but are late to work: do you clean it up or leave it for someone else? Or the classic someone drops their books in the hall. Are you one to pick them up?
I'm also always thinking of others. If there's a mess somewhere that wasn't even caused by me I'll most likely go out of my way to pick it up so someone else - that I know will come along later - won't have to. Requests or 'calls for help' are something I also try my best to tend to. If someone needs help with something, there's no good reason not to give a moment of your time.
Rarely to be honest; which I suppose majority think is a bad thing, but I don't consider it to be such. I...will go out of my way to help someone who's helped me, or who I'm close to, but I'm not normally one to prevent the misfortune of others.
I always try my best to clean up after myself. I also try and warn others if they're bound to do something stupid. It irritates me when people do embarrassing things, because I get embarrassed when they are. I know it sounds silly, but I don't like it.
Most of the time I just mind my own business. It's not that I'm not nice, I'm just pretty much anti-social and only mind my own stuffs. But on some occasion I might help some people like if they drop their books or those stuffs.
Emile Hersch turned 30 today. Who the hell is Emile Hersch?
Join Date: Feb 2011
I help people I care about, but I'm not one to go out of my way for a stranger. I help strangers out when they ask me - like when I'm in a grocery store and an old lady asks me to reach something from the top shelf... but I'm not going to follow her around making sure she can reach everything she needs.