Are stydying psychology?
So in order to find where communal responsibility begin, one must first find out where individual responsibility and selfishness ends.
I like this sentence, BUT it doesn't work with the previous one
We occasionally want to help our neighbors but because of skepticism we are afraid that they might not honestly need the help.
in this sentence you don't really talk about our selfishness, but rather our hesitation. and the sentence itself is messy in the end "but because of skepticism we are afraid that they might not honestly need the help
but the criticism we are afraid to receive from those who we help restrains us from helping.
my opinion on this topic is that individual and communal responsibilities are often set by both family and cultural traditions.Those responsibilities might look different at first glance, while actually being tied to each other firmly. Individual responsibility starts with not escaping judgement and .accepting your social duties and the responsibility for the consequences of your actions. But this is directly tied to communal responsibility, because your actions quite often affect others and your duty is not to make harm. So it's really hard to define where is all starts,
I think you should explore the hidden connections of individual choices that eventually affect other people and etc.