On Sunday night we took T to have professional photos done, at a photo place in the mall. We were sitting there waiting to go in & I notice a woman go by with twin girls (I love twins, so I noticed). About 5-10 minutes later she walked by the other way & started freaking out. She was hysterical screaming "Oh, no" & "Oh my God" etc... She threw her purse & bag from a store, onto the ground & was drastically looking through the bags. We figured out that she lost something (obvious). I just sat there watching & most other people did too. 1 guy tried to go over to her & see what was wrong, he might have known what happened, but she kind of swatted him away. It kind of made me feel that I didn't want to get involved (I didn't want to be yelled at), but I had the urge to go over there, since everyone was just sitting there watching. Finally a man with a baby on his arm ran over to her & handed her something. She hugged him & said "Thank you so much". We found out after that she had lost her wedding ring. Everyone was like "So that's why she was hysterical". But the whole thing got me thinking about "what if someone was really in trouble or hurt"? Would I just sit there & watch or help or rescue the person? I always thought I would be the type of person to help & not just sit there & watch. I think it depends on the situation.