June 25, 2011 by David Gillaspie
When you care about something, you can pretend it’s not about you. But it is.
You choose to care.
When you care about a place, it’s hard to accept evidence of change; it means you’ve changed too, whether you notice or not.
When you care for a loved one, you get both worlds, place and theme, just not your place or your theme.
To care means checking through daily activities to find a loved one’s theme and place.
Start with place.