maria sudibyo

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Fundamental Of Liar Chapter LXXXIII: Care Part 2


Who should I care?
They are family
They are my friend
They are someone I like
They are someone weaker than me
They are some more unfortunate

What should I care?
Their well being
Their feeling
Their happiness
Their safety
Their opinion

Why should I care?
Because it is nature
Because it is loyalty
Because it is sincerity
Because it is obligation
Because it is pity

How should I care?
By listening to their worry
By trusting their ability
By loving them as they are
By protecting their freedom
By supporting their need

When should I care?
When they are around
When they are down
Every time, every moment
When they call me
When they are beneficial for me

Submitted: Tuesday, June 04, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, June 05, 2013

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