The phrase comes from the Biblical story of Cain and Abel. God had just asked Cain where Abel was. Cain had just killed his brother. In an attempt to avoid responsibility for the act, he asked God, "Am I my brother's keeper?". Of course, in the message of the story is that he clearly was, but in today's busy, dog-eat-dog world, am I indeed STILL my brother's keeper? Running into a burning house to seek to save a trapped person? We hear about that every day, and it's a great thing! But what about stopping to remove an object from the road, in case someone hits it and is injured, or, if a rider, crashes?? Are we too busy, or do we just shrug and say "Am I my brother's keeper?" What about graciously suggesting to a fellow rider that he/she should think a bit more about protective gear, or refrain from pulling wheelies past the local school? Do we shrug our shoulders and move on, or do we feel some responsibility for the welfare of our fellow-man, and put that feeling into action? Your thoughts, on the topic, please :wink:.