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We can care!

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posted on Jul, 17 2016 @ 03:46 AM

The best place to transform the world is from oneself, that means you can care. No matter what job
you do! You can add the care, all that is needed is determination and care. The one rule has to be don’t expect results, you may see results but don’t look to get them. If as many of us dedicated ourselves to care Human life would improve immensely. It wont be perfect, but your home and neighbourhood would change for sure. We have been trained in fact to be cold,calculating and selfish. This can be reversed, it not up to politics, religion or systems. Its simply up to you, you may not be able to care at all moments but you can at times. This is a definite area where we can all have an effect. There is no impediment or very little limitations if you do it with art. If you find your particular job does not allow for you to care anyway, work towards a change of job that allows for care.
edit on 17-7-2016 by ancientthunder because: alignment

posted on Jul, 17 2016 @ 03:59 AM
a reply to: ancientthunder

Agreed - don't walk past litter - pick the occasional bit up, a worm on the pavement(sidewalk) pick it up if it hasn't dried and died yet - worms keep the soil healthy.
Or let a bee walk on to your hand (don't advise picking them up
) then take it to the nearest flowering plant and let it walk off your hand onto the flower (one with pollen/nectar)
Let that person out of the side road, turn across you (releasing the traffic behind)
Don't hog the middle lane, pull over and let the traffic flow as is intended.(a personal bugbear of mine)
Hold the door open for whomever is following, get that thing of a high shelf a smaller person is struggling to reach, or bend down and pick something up somebody has dropped and return it.

The list of things we can all to do to help in seemingly small ways can have a profound affect.

Who hasn't had their day lifted by a nice word from a stranger or a random act of kindness received or even witnessed.

posted on Jul, 17 2016 @ 04:04 AM
Yes a smile, a recognition of the work that someone does, a pat on the back to someone who is having a hard time. A word at the right moment, holding a sense of humor....a reply to: johnb

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