The passenger would have been working to save his own life. But some people put others ahead of themselves.
The highlights included a little boy who lost his lower arms and legs after an illness. Not only did he learn to walk again, but, instead of opening a charity running event, he walked the whole distance, which he'd never done before, and raised a lot of money. Another soldier recovered after his helmet took a bullet. He drew sniper fire away from a rescue helicopter, at serious risk to his life, so his comrade could be lifted to safety.
One man donated his funds for a back operation to a child instead of himself.
Weather, in meteorological terms, refers to the daily elements like temperature, wind and rain. And in Britain they can all change hour by hour and day by day. If you don't like it one day there's always a good chance you might like it the next.
India and Pakistan experience the dramatic monsoon season, but the start and finish can be predicted to the day. Japan is probably the only other place that has similarities to the UK when it comes to weather. In reverse positioning, the island has the Pacific Ocean to the east and Eurasian continent to the west. Britain's variations in weather really are that rare. One of the familiar sayings, often repeated and quoted in a laughing manner while tucking an umbrella under the arm is, "It's turned out nice again."