In the most general sense, care is a species activity that includes everything we do to maintain, continue and repair our world so that we may live in it as well as possible. That world includes our bodies, ourselves and our environment, all of which we seek to interweave in a complex, life-sustaining web.

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I have had a so-called career, kind of on the periphery of show business … I took 15 years off to raise my son. I took four years off to see my mom through her final days. I’ve often taken a lot of time off and I think it gives me a different sense of comfort in the world than I would have if I was merely a careerist trying to compete in the system to have a better record than somebody else.

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What do we live for, if it is not to make life less difficult for each other?”

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So, care is a complex process, and it also shapes what we pay attention to, how we think about responsibility, what we do, how responsive we are to the world around us, and what we think of as important in life. In short, a functioning democracy is full of people who are attentive, responsible, competent, and responsive.

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Loving a child doesn’t mean giving in to all their whims; to love them is to bring out the best in them, to teach them how to love what is difficult.

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A society wishing to endure must speak the language of care-taking, faith-keeping, kindness, neighborliness, and peace. That language is another precious resource that cannot be “privatized.”

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There is an aristocracy of the sensitive. They represent the true human tradition of permanent victory over cruelty and chaos.

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The test of one’s decency is how much of a fight one can put up after one has stopped caring.

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I understood that activism didn’t have to be boring; in fact, it was probably more effective in the form of a cool punk show than as a stodgy demonstration. I understood that it was possible, even under the most seemingly dire conditions, to get people to care. And I understood that when enough people cared, and enough of them got together to do something about it, change was imminent.

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The capacity to care is the thing, which gives life its deepest meaning and significance.

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Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.

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Cure without care is as dehumanizing as a gift given with a cold heart.

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Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare.

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We must ally with anyone who shares our vision for an inclusive society and must build a future where care is valued and shared. Our future depends on it.

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When we discover care we find people's motivation to act.

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I will do the best I can with this life, to be of use.

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So you want to be tough. You want to be rebellious. You want to be bad ass. Then show your heart to everyone…Everyone.

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