Don’t Just Be A Bystander. Intervene.

don't just be a bystander intervene

Intervention is a loaded word
That calls for considerable responsibility
But intervene we must
When we see someone who needs help

Like when you’re walking down the street
And you see a woman mumbling to herself
Approach her and ask her if she’s okay
Instead of passing her by

Or when a coworker seems depressed
Talk to him about it
Don’t skirt around the topic
I promise he’ll be grateful you noticed

The world is as ugly as it is beautiful
All we really have is humanity
We owe it to our race
To help and care for each other

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