Sometimes good intention alone is not good enough. You must have the capability to execute your good intention, otherwise it will cause more problem than solution. If you see someone drowning in the sea, yet you cannot swim, it would be foolish, even suicidal for you to jump in and try to save the person.
As an ex lecturer, I always remind myself that I cannot save everyone, I can only save the people that wants to be saved. If I was meant to save everyone, I would have wings, hmm, maybe I just prefer one wing..lol.
Consequences of biting more than you could chew..