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What would you do if you saw that someone was in danger? What would you do if someone was in grave peril? Would you run? Or would you sit there and watch? Would you get up and help? Or would you sit back and watch? Would you help the person get back to safety? Or might you just stand there and admire the amazing scene?
I have been asked that question a lot, and I think it’s important to put the right answer in the right place. If I could, I want all human beings to be able to do the right thing–to help a dying person. There are many things you can do to help someone. You should help a person get their needs met. You mustn’t let a person be in serious danger. In fact, you probably won’t know you’ve done that until he’s really in trouble.
It’s one thing to run away from a scary situation, to go to the hospital, or to get your mom to the hospital. Those are great things to happen, but the real hero is to do something to help, when a person is being hurt. If I were to do something for someone, I would go out there and help. I would try to do everything to help that person–and I would do a lot more than that. First, I would ask myself, Does my life or health depend on this? If not, I would put on a good face and pretend everything is OK. After that, I would do everything I could to get the person back to safety, whatever it took.
But there’s a difference between trying to help and just being around people, and there was a time when people were dying of AIDS and they didn’t help one another–and they made a lot of decisions that were going to hurt you and me in the long run. For instance, if a person who needs your help comes to you and he needs your help and you have just run out, you want to help that person get back to life, not watch him and not do your own things to help his life.
My first experience of AIDS was back in the late 1970s (or early ’80
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