I run a lot. I do not always fully enjoy it in realtime and it makes me a little cranky. So I contemplate things as I plod along. One thing that has crept into my mind lately is very judgy, but so be it.
Who do you not have time for? Interpret that however you want. But basically for me, who do I not care to give a helping hand to (though in reality I am a so-so person and likely would help out in a real crisis, I think)?
1. Anyone who is moderately able-bodied and does not bring in their trash can / recycling bins within a day or so, in good weather, when I see you get out of your clown vehicle with your Starbucks. My direct neighbor. Both man and woman are around 30, seem to be in fine health given their actions with some snow shoveling. But can't find the energy to bring in their bins. Come on.
2. Anyone who does not use their turn signals. Are you really that lazy? You should be ashamed. Partially also those that do not use them properly. As an example, a turn signal is to indicate you are taking some specific action, allowing others to take any appropriate counter actions. Putting on your left turn signal when you have already used your brakes and have moved into the turn lane shows additional lack of understanding. Just don't use it at all so I think you are just lazy.
3. Speeders in a pure residential neighborhood. Hopefully the kid you hit is your own, so the misery stays contained in one household.
There are others of course, but these are the ones I think about while urban running.