I am probably misunderstanding what you are asking, but here I go.
I see my rant veered way off course at times, but hey it happens. I just hope there is some reason to be found in my rant.
It is as King Oscar II said (and others)>A man who has not been a socialist before 25 has no heart. If he remains one after 25 he has no head.
Helping is not a bad trait, and should be commended.
The problem as I see it is that the left don't have a middle way. They see dangers everywhere. And therefor we have ended up in a world where children aren't allowed to climb in trees. The ground beneath the swings and slides are special made foam plastic to cushion any slight fall. They pander too much to the lowest common denominator, i.e. the weakest of the weak, and try to make the world a safe space for them. What they don't see is that they take away all that makes life worth living, and what spurs growth and imagination from the rest.
Like a story here in Norway. There was a freak accident where the string of a child's hoodie was caught in the top of a slide, and it sadly resulted in the death of the child. The solution ban and remove all the slides of that type. Whenever there is the slightest form of accident they go into panic mode and their first tool is making things illegal.
The above traits probably is mostly towards the illogical left. Something that overshadows reasonable discussions and voices on the left because they don't scream that loud. But the toolbox the left uses seams to be an neverending limitation on freedoms, also for those "moderate left".
But perhaps to get closest to an answer to your question. A society without discussion and different political thought is a doomed society. You need the devils advocate to argue for the opposite, it is the only way to see potential faults in your arguments. An echo chamber and a strict party line is not the way of a free society.
I just wish the left would accept that it is dangerous to live, you will eventually die from it, so let people have some fun while they are alive and accept that accidents happens. I also think that there is so many potential innovations we are missing out on because of the neverending restrictions put in place. Sure selling liquid opium and all kinds of chemicals over the counter is perhaps not optimal, but it will allow individuals to make new discoveries. The number of innovations that came to be due to pure coincidence is numerous. But the last part is relevant for both sides of the political spectrum.