‘If we see something, do we say something?’

‘Waiting for Godot’ meets the parable of ‘The Good Samaritan,’ when two men feud over a mysterious bag and question who will do the right thing.

Millions stare at the often overlooked phrase, ‘If you see something, say something,’ stenciled onto subway stations and bus stops in the streets of New York City. In this current political climate of fear mongering and uncertainty, standing up for the right thing seems more distant and estranged by the news feed.