Thank You for Tragedy Responders
When a tragedy occurs, each human responds according to the Tragedy Responder that lives within them, which dictates their role among other humans.
A car carrying four people crashes on the freeway at midnight.
One person is killed instantly, one is dying from injuries, one is in shock, and one is thrown from the car.
Four cars stop at the scene.
One driver approaches the dead person with a video camera.
One driver approaches the dying victim with medical supplies.
One driver grabs a flashlight from the glove box and starts searching for the victim who was thrown from the car.
One driver stands next to the shock victim with a cell phone, calls 911, and watches the other drivers.
The one with the video camera is recording the results of a tragedy to share with others.
The one with the medical supplies is dressing the wounds of the nearly dead.
The one with the cell phone is calling someone else but is not looking at the victim in shock.
The one searching for the survivor is not equipped with anything but light and hope.
If you were the fifth driver to stop at this scenario, what would you do?