Care Quotes

Care Quotes and Proverbs

Doc Childre
Care is the actualization of love assumed.

Doc Childre and Bruce Cryer, From Chaos to Coherence
Care is the glue that keeps relationships together once the novelty has worn off. This is as true in organizational life as in the personal domain.

Sara Paddison, The Hidden Power of the Heart
Care is the ingredient that keeps true friendships alive despite separation, distance, or time. Care gives latitude to another person and gets you past the dislikes and annoyances. Quite simply, caring sustains love.

Sara Paddison, The Hidden Power of the Heart
Care flowing through your system gradually reconnects you with your spirit and vitality. Care enough about yourself to go to your heart to get peace, clarity, and direction before you act. True self-care has to come first.

Doc Childre and Bruce Cryer, From Chaos to Coherence
Underlying the application of care in your workplace is sincerity. Without sincerity caring acts ring hollow. Sincere care is required to achieve a true service attitude with people. When care is mechanical or insincere, it causes resistance and reaction in others, undermining adaptability. Coworkers, family, clients, and superiors can tell the difference between required courtesy and sincere care.

Doc Childre and Howard Martin, The HeartMath Solution
Care provides a conduit for our spirit’s expression in the midst of our social existence. The more we truly care, the more we’ll come to know ourselves and others. Care provides the key to unlocking our potential and making it real.

Doc Childre and Howard Martin, The HeartMath Solution
Sometimes we feel something slightly unpleasant, but because it’s so subtle, we just accept it; we don’t do anything about it. Overcare is a good example. We rarely notice when we cross that line from genuine concern into a draining, counterproductive state of overcare. Intellectually, it’s a tricky distinction that varies from person to person. But from the heart’s perspective, it’s not so hard to figure out: overcare doesn’t *feel* good.

Doc Childre, A Parenting Manual
When people are asked to remember a person who meant a lot to them in life — a teacher, a friend, a parent, a grandparent — they usually remember a person who really cared and understood them. Think back in your own life. Was there someone who stands out in your memory because they really cared about you?

Doc Childre, The How To Book of Teen Self Discovery
The more care you put into your life, the more life will care for you, bringing you fun adventures, great friends, and real inner security. Caring is just good streetsense — So, Judge less and unstress, Care more and high score.

Doc Childre, Self Empowerment
If CARE were a stock being offered on the market, it would be a wise commodity to invest in at this time on the planet. Care will soon be on the rise because everything else has been tried.

Doc Childre and Howard Martin, The HeartMath Solution
Care inspires and gently reassures us. Lending us a feeling of security and support,it reinforces our connection with others. Not only is it one of the best things we can do for our health, but it feels good — whether we’re giving or receiving it.

Leo Buscaglia
Too often we under estimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.

Coco Chanel
How many cares one loses when one decides not to be something but to be someone.

Servant Leadership, Robert K. Greenleaf, (c) 1977, Paulist Press
How much we care depends somewhat on our estimate of the need for our caring.

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