yeah foogin humans.without the ability to read another's mind, we can only guess.
Barring a sign on your hat in place of a propeller that says "leave me the fuck alone", or conversely, "help".
is this where "humanity" or "tolerance" come into play?
We can't know how each other feel, or think. So often, we rely on social convention, to answer "what do I do" questions.
Simple politeness, can drive us to ignore the fact someone is reading, thinking "friendly" over rides "I'm reading". And ask if one can do a favor.
It's as plausible, anyone, would appreciate the manners associated with opening or holding a door for another, as it is to assume, said person would resent being treated "special/different".
I'd rather see people "default" to polite or considerate, if there is a question.
And how hard is it to take an offer of caring or concern, even if unwarranted, as a sign of good in humans?
Jeebus. I'd rather see folks being too willing to he kind, or considerate, than the opposite.
There's a big difference between throwing a handful of marbles in front of a blind person walking, and lending an arm to an elderly person having a tough time with a set of steps. Consider this, regarding possible interactions with humans.
We create our reality, and can only see the world, through our own eyes. The only thing that is real, is what we perceive.
It's a choice, to see the dark, or the light, in any circumstance.