be cared

This is a phrase I recently heard from a friend of a friend of a friend. This phrase means a lot to me because it is a reminder that we all need to care enough to be cared for. Our needs matter.

The care I mean is a little different than the care someone might give you. I mean care is the way that we care for and are willing to give care to. I don’t want to be selfish or not care for you and I don’t want to be selfish or not care for myself. I just want to care enough to not take any of it for granted.

When I hear the phrase care, I immediately think of the caring that comes from a loving relationship. This is obviously not the same as the caring that comes from the act of caring. The act of caring is the result of care. The act of caring and the resulting act of caring is a mutual relationship.

I do not want to be selfish or not care for you and I do not want to be selfish or not care for myself. I just want to care enough to not take any of it for granted. When I hear the phrase care, I immediately think of the caring that comes from a loving relationship. The act of caring is the result of care. The act of caring and the resulting act of caring is a mutual relationship.

The act of caring is the result of care. The act of caring and the resulting act of caring is a mutual relationship.

The first thing that comes to mind when I think of caring and love is the love and caring that comes from a parent or caretaker. This concept is pretty profound and makes a lot of sense to me. The act of caring and the resulting act of caring is a mutual relationship. The act of caring, the resulting act of caring, and the care that comes from that mutual relationship is the act of caring.

The act of caring is the result of care (and, of course, it’s a relationship of care). The act of caring is the result of the act of caring. The act of caring is the result of the care that is the result of the act of caring.

In my mind, this is a huge concept. It’s one of those concepts that seems to be so obvious, so often overlooked that it almost feels like it should be spoken out loud. The act of caring is the result of caring. The act of caring is the result of care and, of course, that care is the result of the act of caring.

I’m going to use the word care in a slightly different way here. The act of caring is the result of caring. The act of caring is the result of caring and our actions.

Do we care? Of course we care. But we must also care. And if we do not care, then we are not caring. We are not caring. That is, we are not caring for ourselves or others. We are not caring for ourselves. That is, we are not caring in the first place. We are not caring for ourselves.

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By Vinay Kumar

Student. Coffee ninja. Devoted web advocate. Subtly charming writer. Travel fan. Hardcore bacon lover.

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