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Are You A Caring Person? Contributing to Well Being.

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“Do more than belong: participate. Do more than care: help. Do more than believe: practice. Do more than be fair: be kind. Do more than forgive: forget. Do more than dream: work.”

William Arthur Ward


Are you a caring person?  The answer to that question may be revealed in an inquiry into whether or not you are contributing to the well being of others.  To practice caring about other people leads inevitably to the desire to contribute to their well being. Practicing caring without following this impulse to contribute is only half of the work of becoming aware of the Presence. Just as the Presence is continuously active in all of life all the time, so will you begin to notice the continuous desire to express good in the world as a result of its influence on you. It will continue to nudge you into activities and practices that lead you into participation and acts of kindness.

True caring is the recognition of the innate perfection in others. It is more than the feelings of love and kindness we have for those closest to us. It is the feeling of kinship with all of life and it is the response to the call we feel inside to love the life that appears in others.

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