Shouldering our responsibility

Shouldering our responsibility

A random sampling of Huffington Post comments on the Isaac Theil story:

“I didn’t even see the yarmulke until the reporter mentioned. All I saw were two people, one was tired and the other was a kind soul.”

“Interesting that people think they have a right to take a picture of someone and post it online.”

“We don’t all need to be Mother Teresa. If people could simply do the right thing whenever they can, we’d all be better.”

“What was really said: “He can’t rob me if he is sleeping.”

“I think this is really sad that this is viral. What’s next? Someone takes a picture of someone opening a door for someone?”

“This man has a good heart it seems…because I’m not sure I personally want someone leaning against me….I have OCD too bad….good for him.”

“I would have moved. If I don’t know you, don’t touch me.”

“Compassion is not religious business, it is human business, it is not luxury, it is essential for our own peace and mental stability, it is essential for human survival.”

“Good for the kid (with his hoodie on) that he wasn’t in Florida…”

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