Where is the point when you should stop caring about others?…

…wondered Andrea.

For sure, this is a very subtle and rightful question.

Now,
Is caring personal or impersonal? Why does one care eventually?…

Could possibly Love be a dispassionately sharp perception of the other…?

Can IT be an immediate yet pervasive clear sight?

A swift grasping as to what is and what is not?…

It´s about measure eventually…- that is, “judging” right whether the other is receptive for one´s gifts or not…Open to receive love…

Cause if the receptivity is not there, “caring” leaves one totally drained…

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About julienmatei
I feel an inner urge to express what I see, to communicate and share with others all these impressions. Often the things I see are there, not yet manifest, but waiting... to be observed, talked about, and embraced. These new insights need another approach, a more vivid curiosity... Due to fear and prejudice we prefer to see only "the official" truth - but THE OFFICIAL TRUTH IS DEAD - being dead, it has nothing to give... We can continue pretending Death is fascinating or... we can take the trouble to LIVE... THE NEW has no definition yet... Again, IT requires another "perception", the courage to apprehend everything differently, from a totally new angle, with new confidence and inquisitive touch. This blog is not about interesting concepts, it is about participation... finding new solutions, inspiration, togetherness.

4 Responses to Where is the point when you should stop caring about others?…

  1. Léa says:

    It certainly can leave one drained. At times we must let go enough to let them make the next move and hope that they are able. There are too many variables to cover in a short comment.

  2. Michael O.Brien says:

    Caring ‘about’ someone is not the same as taking care of someone.
    I do not care about anyone and I do not see how I can care ‘for’ someone else who needs to care for him/herself. The point at which you stop caring ‘about’ others is when you begin taking care of yourself 🙂

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  4. I think it would be right to say one ought to remain open – open to what is in front of them, IMMEDIATELY, in the moment rather than concerned with so-called “caring”

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