Duty of everyone in our society
Can have unexpected consequences
Strength of character
you often risk your life
Helping other people is good
Feelings of anxiety, because you do not know how to behave in the situation
If you yourself are in a risky situation where you need help, you also hope for help.
Improved self-confidence as you learn to assert your own opinion and not go along with society and just look the other way.
You don't get any benefit from it...
If everyone had a little more of it the world would be a better place
In case of property or personal damage, the insurance does not pay
do a good deed
Risk of injury
You feel better (because you helped someone)
You become a victim yourself if you let yourself be pulled too much to the other side
You are respected and seen as a role model
I am a witness and may have to make a time-consuming statement...
There is indeed a law that obliges civil courage. Failure to render assistance is punishable by law.
You're afraid if you help you'll do something wrong and fail as a result.
It can save lives.
you very quickly become a victim yourself
You also get to know people
There is no law that requires I must help
Everyone should help, no matter how dangerous the situation is
That sometimes you can not do anything anyway, so the intervention was pointless....
Common sense tells you
Civil courage follows the deed. So there is no prevention.
No conflict of conscience
Putting yourself in danger
Moral courage is about courage and protecting other people
if you do not show civil courage, the person could die and you will always feel that you are to blame!
There are many ways without getting hurt, for example you could call the police
The assistance provided is not always accepted or needed....
One encourages other people to do the same. Next time, the person who was helped will most likely show moral courage.
Who tells you when to intervene
You should help because if you don't help you might not help next time either
It depends on the situation and the person. You can not say that. Of course, it's generally great, but not always the best decision.
There may be court hearings or witness testimony
Duty to help
You can die...
Civility follows action, but better to do something than not at all
Too much physical effort
when i help others, i act well. there is no danger of colliding with the law on failure to help, because i behave correctly according to the law
why help if you are not even sure if the person would do the same to you
Who does not help, although this is necessary & reasonable for him & without great danger & without violation of important duties possible, must pay
one could also get into it oneself
Most of the time, you don't even know what the situation is about. If you interfere now, it could lead to a misunderstanding....
Karma ( if you give help, you will get help in a difficult situation)
When you help someone, you get it back eventually
Self-protection before third-party protection
Moral courage arises from one's own moral understanding
You can also be accused
You often get into trouble because of this, but afterwards you have the feeling that you have done something good.
You put yourself in your own danger...
One helps another person out of a conflict.
Problems with the police