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Not a common man , but the most common attitude…!!

I had a visual..I saw it coming for months together…when it came all I have to do was to stop that bleeding by any means, even to the extent of removing my t-shirt and blocking it,

getting spare cloth from an outlet nearby,get stained blood cloths from him to get his blood group & arrange for donors…

get him into a private vehicle if ambulance was getting late to arrive..all this before the 108 help arrived… For all these times , my friends were there nearby to help me out ..

But on that day I was just a mere spectator,even for calling the 108 it took a minute to realize that none had tried to call an ambulance . When I did , there was a long lecture on the phone , a voice message from 108, on DOs & DON’Ts…

I saw him bleeding but I didn’t have anything to stop it … oozing from his nose… nor did anything…

The other person who was responsible for this accident…stopped by for a min…but disappeared all of a sudden…didn’t even notice his number plate..Now I’m not even sure if I can identify him in person but I did notice some of his details but didn’t reveal it to the police men when he was interrogating the public… not because I don’t wanna get involve in this but because I don’t want HIM to get caught… coz we both shared a common thing… TOWNSHIP… Afterall the bleeding person was still alive n… he can be saved…!!

Hope I change this attitude of “Always think of doing …but just stop with thinking, and never do…” in future…

“It is not who you are but what you do that defines you”-Batman Begins
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