A moral dilemma
You are driving down the road in your car on a wild,
Stormy night, when you pass by a bus stop and you see
Three people waiting for the bus:
1. An old
Lady who looks as if she is about to die.
2. An old
Friend who once saved your life.
3. The perfect partner
You have been dreaming about.
Would you choose to offer a ride to, knowing that
There could only be one passenger in your car?
Think before you continue reading.
This is a
Moral/ethical dilemma that was once actually used
As part of a job
Application. You could pick up the old lady,
Because she is going to
Die, and thus you should save her first. Or you
Could take the old
Friend because he once saved your life, and this
Would be the perfect
Chance to pay him back. However, you may never be
Able to find your perfect mate again.
If i have to choose ONLY one, i will choose the old lady. In my opinion, i think that it is the best choice because you are going to save a life. There is no best choice, but there is a best perspective choice. I believe that my friend will understand my choice and i find it selfish to pick the soul mate because you shouldn't put your needs before others.
I think any answer is the best answer. It all depends on what type of character you are.
I would give my old friend a ride...because I know him/her and they saved my life.
The old lady already lived her life...and what if she died in my car and i was accused of murder lol...and how would i know that that person is my perfect partner?!? Bullshit theres no perfect partner...LoL...anyways how would i know they are perfect?!? Do i have super powers? lol
If the old lady is about to die, then I wouldn't want it to be in my car. Besides on a bus full of people there is a greater chance that one of them has medical experience.
Picking up an old friend from the bus stop on a rainy night definitely does not cover for him/ her saving your life.
In the end I would choose the perfect partner. Only once in your life are you going to find your soul mate.
I would choose the old lady. If the "old friend" was really my friend then they would understand that the old lady needs the ride. If the other person was really my "perfect partner" then it wouldn't be the last time I'd see them. "What is meant to be will always find its way."
I'd say give my car to the friend and ask them to drive the old lady to a hospital (while telling them I owe them once again.) Stay with my perfect partner and ask my friend to go ahead and take my car to my house after they take the old lady to the hospital. I'd then walk my partner to my house. This way you ain't gotta choose!