Also, @mzarrowsmith - "Smug look of disdain"? Quit trolling. You've probably never had to deal with the emotion involved with a 14-16 year old carrying a 1-2 year old wearing dirty rags begging you for 5 rupees so that she can feed herself and her child at the local food stand.It's heart wrenching to see someone go through that.
There's two ways to respond to this scene.
Based on your previous statements, your approach seems to be: "I do not want to be inconvenienced by the misery of people who are far less fortunate than me. Therefore, I will consciously decide to bury my head in the sand and shut them out of my life. I will (speedily) drive my BMW 725i to and from my six bedroom, five bathroom suburban mansion and never consider sacrificing my emotional and material comforts for the benefit of others. Seeing their suffering simply would bother me too much."
An alternate approach might be: "I am truly blessed and undeserving of the opportunities that my parents and my nation have given me. I hereby resolve to use my tremendous talents and skills to better the lives of others, with the hope that they might just have a shot at experiencing even a small fraction of the comforts and conveniences that I have taken for granted my entire life. This work certainly will be emotionally and intellectually challenging, but in the end, I will take solace in the fact that I did something -- rather than nothing -- to make my world a better place."