It always amazes me how many of the people in the world are “watchers” and how so few are “doers”.
I suppose that most law enforcement officers can be included in the category of the “doer”. Reason being is that they have to do and perform a multitude of tasks when encountering various situations during their daily routine.
Speaking of routine, one of the things that is taught quite vehemently, by the PD academy staff, is that a police officer or deputy sheriff should never treat anything as “routine”.
The “routine” is the type of “view” that causes one to think, “This is the same old domestic violence call…” “The Same old Traffic Stop for expired registration…” “The same only audible burglary alarm…”
Two of the most destructive inside of the criminal element, Timothy McVeigh and Richard Ramirez, were caught for simple traffic violations. What if those officers, deputies or troopers would have viewed those as “routine traffic stops”?
The outcomes may have been different. Sad but true.
When it comes to helping others, the best view to have is that you will receive nothing in return. In fact, do these things without expectation or prize.
In life, you never will know how your “Good Karma” will come back to you. But, I can guarantee one thing, it will in a big way.
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