The Theme of Rescuer is very prevalent in many people. You will find the Rescuer working alongside the Cause fighter, but when the Cause fighter moves on to another cause, the Rescuer remains to take care of the victim.
Even when the victims have obviously created their own problems, the Rescuer is determined to "save" them. Often, in doing so, it is the Rescuer who is victimized. An entity with a Rescuer Theme has a high degree of empathy and can manifest strength for those in need. The Theme of Rescuer is a tough road to travel, but the spiritual rewards are great indeed.
You can always be sure that the Rescuer will become physically involved with a situation. For example, if someone fell in a deep hole, the Cause Fighter would find a rope and throw it down, then walk over to the TV cameras to give an interview. The Rescuer would then grab the rope and climb down into the hole to help the victim.
Rescuers are probably the most stubbornly purposeful of all of the themes. If they don't take care, they'll save you -- whether you want or need to be saved -- and then direct you toward their idea of what will make you happy.
In its moderate stage, individuals with this theme want to reinvent you or are great at interventions, but they don't seem to be able to rescue themselves. However, in its elevated form, the Theme of Rescuer manifests itself as the successful city doctor who goes to a small town, or a person who starts a school in the ghetto. Father Flanagan (the founder of Girls and Boys Town) was a wonderful example of the elevated Rescuer.