Caring and Intention?
The greatest difference between the power of intention and caring is that while caring attaches us to illusory outcomes we have accepted as important, intention is detached from any conception of caring.
Your quote. Actually, I am EXTREMELY inspired by this . . . because "caring" doesn't mean very much in the world of "doing." I have thought about this tremendously because of what I do for a living and YES! "intention" is really what is the driving force behind "being." It is interesting in that I work with people every day and caring is . . . nice . . . it is intention that creates all the little miracles. It isn't belief, it isn't faith it is intent. My question is: I find that my heart has love for them. I can't DECIDE what is happening but INTENTION works with the healing. When they leave I send them off with "Courage Mon Brav.". Does caring have a place where there is intention? Is "caring" unlike "loving" because love has no attachments where by definition "caring" does?