Suppose for just a minute... First, you are diabetic. You must eat regularly to maintain blood sugar levels. You can tell when you need to eat and you are good about taking care of yourself. You never drive while having low blood sugar. Second, you go to town regularly. Each time you go to town you see a teenage beggar. You can't tell whether the teen is male or female, but you are pretty sure the teen has mental delays. This teen always asks for money. Third, each time the teen asks you for money, you ask if the teen is hungry. The answer is always no (and the teen doesn't look like any meals are being missed). You have told the teen about the nearby church where there is a daily feeding. You even offered to take the teen there yourself. This falls on deaf ears. Only money is wanted. Now here is the scenario where you must give a WWYD... You have just finished a busy mission morning. Your blood sugar levels are dropping, so you go to the grocery store for a quick bite. On your way in, the teen asks you for money. You see that someone has given the teen a bag of oranges. You finish your shopping quickly and then run back to your car and start eating right away. The teen comes to your car window and is staring. What are your thoughts at this moment? You already asked if the teen was hungry and the answer was no. But the teen won't budge. Soon it goes from staring to window tapping. And you MUST eat. Now what are your thoughts? WWYD? And would your answer change if you had your children with you? This is not a hypothetical.