Some have reflected that this heroism, this natural desire to pitch in to help others in need and the tenacity to come together to rebuild communities that has been seen in such abundance over the past few weeks was not so much Australian as inherent human traits. Whichever way these characteristics are viewed, they are attributes which are strong foundations for any society and ones that will enrich a community the more it is permeated by them. Pitching in to help, doing what you can for those who are suffering and worse off than you are, even those you don’t know, are values that would extend compassion, altruism and generosity towards all sectors suffering disadvantage.
BEHRENDT, LARISSA – on the community and government response to natural disasters and flooding that affected Australia J
by dgrgmmyytr | Dec 10, 2021