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Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Are you a caring person?

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Caring is both a feeling and a way of acting. What makes a caring person is not so much what s/he talks about or knows, rather it is what s/he does and how s/he does it. Caring people have a style of being and acting in the world that probably includes kindness, generosity, compassion, etc. How does caring feel to you? How does a caring person act in the world?
Try completing these sentences:
  • Sometimes I am caring when I …
  • I contribute my time for the well being of others in the following way(s)….
  • Sometimes I am uncaring when I….
  • I can be insensitive sometimes when ….
  • Sometimes I can be generous when I….
What did you discover about yourself and your ideas about caring from these questions?

On Caring by Milton Mayeroff

To read the following articles related to caring, click here.
  • Are You A Caring Person? Contributing to Well Being.
  • Are You A Caring Person? Affection
  • Are You A Caring Person? Imagine a world like this....
  • Are You A Caring Person? For your consideration 
  • Are You A Caring Person? The Golden and Platinum Rules
  • Are You A Caring Person? A Gentle Touch
  • Are You A Caring Person? Happiness

For information about caring, kindness and spirituality in the workplace, click here.

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