What will you do if someone whose life you ever saved abase you ?
A long time ago, maybe you once saved someones's life; he/she could survive because of you. But, lately, he/she abased you because of a simple thing.
If I saved someone's life, I would not do it for a reward but just because it needed to be done. If that person later turned on me for whatever reason, it would be unfortunate, but I would not point out how I saved his/her life. When we do the right thing, we should do it for the sake of doing the right thing and not for reward or to hold it over someone.
it would depend on what they were doing. just because i saved their life, it doesn't mean they owe me anything. if they did something really bad to me , i would probably give them a good whooping and tell them to get away from me for good.
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