We *do* this: we pull over for ambulances, and that's amazing.
For reasons: for the needs of our future selves & of people we don't know - it's complicated.
But in every state in America I've visited - from Georgia, Florida, Missouri, to California - I've seen this happen.
We DO this, so I'm reminding myself today: it's proven we can institutionalize empathy by designing systems that arrest our senses & remind us of our own personal stakes ... and the vulnerability of everyone else we love.
Generalistic and moderated instance.