I wouldn't feel bad. I sure wouldn't lose sleep. The problems bullying creates are not problems I have to face. Life throws you tons of hurdles, that you have to find a way to overcome. The only 2 choices in regards to bullying are fight back or continue being the victim. So, is there really a winning outcome? However, I'd rather put a bully in his place, instead of moping around, looking for a white knight to fight my battles or gain sympathy from my peers. Either way, don't sit back & be a punk because if you're getting bullied, it's your problem, not the rest of the world's. And only you will be able to take care of the problem.
(1)In regards to the first three sentences. Since it's not your problem, I can only guess that you don't care about anything if it's not your problem, because it's not something you have to face yourself. So if you see someone getting beat up in the street, you'd just walk away right. Not your problem, even if a person was kicked to death or something, you wouldn't care that you allowed someone to be killed. If you can physically stop it, but wouldn't then that's pretty despicable. But if you only mean this in reference to bullying, well it's still the same thing really.
(2)As far as life throwing us hurdles goes. We get enough shit thrown at us as it goes, making a silly excuse like bullying is just another life hurdle that has to be overcome, is a lazy way of thinking. If it can be prevented, then it should simple as, and it's not so easy to just overcome, it depends on the circumstances.
(3)As for the final part. We're just going to have to agree to disagree i'm afraid, because I just don't believe that. I already said, if it can be prevented it should, and I also said that some circumstances of bullying can't be helped by the individual involved, sometimes outside assistance is needed, and has helped in matters of bullying in the past.
In the case of a disabled woman, thats just wrong. She can't physically defend herself and in that case, she needs a white knight. But a kid, fearful of potential punishment or consequences, I have no sympathy. It all comes from within and blame goes equally to the bully, the bullied and the parents of both, as it's there job to step in and prevent, not mine. They should be more involved in their kids lives.
You already said that in your other post, but as I already said. Some kids might be socially awkward or something that might make them a target of bullying and stop them from being able to overcome bullying yourselves. As for the parents stepping in, for once I agree with you. It is up to the parents to step in a prevent it, both the victim and the bully's parents. But also the teacher and authority figures in the schools as well, as parents are not around their kids 24/7. But even so, it still doesn't justify ignoring it if it doesn't concern you, because if it can be stopped it should.