Could it be said that different countries have different levels of the care factor?
This is my opinion, but I feel that for example South Africa has a low care policy for human beings. Which filters down to people on a micro level as well. I would consider lack of social security, lack of social structures for illness etc., as part of this feeling. As well as the extreme high violence factor. (Which takes up most of the small resources we have).
Sometimes I meet other people from other countries like Norway for example, or the UK and they just seem more humane.
I have heard though for example New York is a tough city and very unfriendly. I would imagine Johannesburg to be tougher and more unfriendly somehow.
What experiences of other countries, or their people have you encountered to believe there is more or less caring there for human life? Do you feel secure within your country?