Give the usual reaction the average person may have in these situations and then give an alternative, but acceptable, reaction:
A young woman with a small child approaches you in the street and asks for money to buy food for herself and her daughter.
You are in a café and order a meal. You also ask for a glass of tap water and are charged the same price as for a cup of tea.
You go home and find your house or apartment has been burgled.
You check your lottery ticket and find you have won $100,000.
A Jehovah’s Witness comes to the door to discuss religion.
You are running late for an important meeting. When you get to your car you discover you have a flat tire.
It’s Saturday morning, you have had a busy week and want to have a sleep in. At 7 a.m. the neighbors start doing very noisy DIY.
You lose your cell phone and haven’t backed up any of your contacts.
You wait for two hours in a line to buy tickets for a concert that your twelve-year-old daughter is desperate to go to. The person in front of you buys the last tickets.
Your employer is a week late paying your salary, the mortgage is due to be paid tomorrow, and you need the money.