Kathleen Hensley, volunteer
This is a tale of two storms. Read the article at the above link about people volunteering in the south to help recover from the tornados.
Now flash back almost 6 years to hurricane Katrina.
This is a study on how people face natural disasters depending on how they were raised.
We have the people of the southern states that were hit with the recent tornados. They apparently were taught how to be self sufficient and given a sense of responsibility when they were raised.
On the other hand we have the people of New Orleans who were raised at the government teat and have a sense of entitlement. "Where's the government to take care of us?" the people and their leaders cried.