Caring & Kindness

Kindness is being like someone else. We are their kind of people and they are our kind of people, because we are alike.

Kin like each other, share what they have and like the same things, because they are the same kind of people.

We care about people that we like. People that we do not like, we do not care for.

The duty of care is an obligation to look after our own kin and our own kind. It is born out of the belief that when we look after our own kind, our own kind will look after us.

Kindness is often confused with generosity. Our kind is very giving to our kind, because we give generously to those who care for us and care about us.

We believe that the more that we give, the more that we get back, when we give generously to our kind of people.

We believe a generous kind of person to be kind and generous.

We care for people who meet our emotional needs because they are kind and our kind of people.

The kind of people who meet our emotional needs are deemed to be caring and are considered to be friendly and our friend.

Uncaring people are unfriendly and not like us. They are unkind, untrustworthy and we do not care about them because we do not need them emotionally.