‘I Don’t Care’ – Attitude: Another Deadly Virus?

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mdir.post.2These three words together means a lot. It speaks of the attitude of an individual. It could be you or me, but this attitude can have a direct effect or impact on others, mostly negative. This deadly virus has very close connection with another deadly virus, ‘I know everything.’ attitude.

I care, I do care, I don’t care. People with this ‘I don’t care’ attitude are simply selfish. They are not all bothered about what ‘this attitude’ can make others life difficult or hell.

After you are grown up and matured, taking your own decision in choosing your partner – sometime against the wishes of your parents. As an individual, you may have many likes and dislikes, which you don’t want to compromise at any cost, whether it may create hardship to others or not – “I want my things to be perfect and I don’t care about what happens to my children, spouse or to my family.”

People with ‘I don’t care’ attitude tend to become very tough in their attitude and will have no place for any emotions in their life.

They become short / hot tempered and likely to take hasty decisions, often without much thinking causing damage / hardship / loss to others.

Such people will be ready to everything that is possible for ‘their own growth’ even at the cost others loss, whether it affects others realizing their dreams.

People with this attitude will be disinterested about others comforts and may bring in any hard decision as the boss / executive of a Corporate House/ Company or an Institution, which may bring in hardship to its employees.

They lack any human consideration.

They will not have any self-respect or any respect for others.

Such people will be isolated in the society by others in the long run.

We all know, a deadly virus can spread all over your body and can cause your untimely death and ‘spreading of this deadly virus will largely depend on how rigid you are in your ‘I don’t care’ attitude.

mdir images5Need for a Change: We need to change our mind set / attitude as we grow up in our life. Be good to everyone. Never be selfish. Share your views with your family and others and take their views also into consideration. Help others in their needs whenever / whatever you can.

Have strong concern about your family, your children, spouse, parents and siblings. Work hard and try to live within your means to make your life more comfortable. Remember, health, wealth and power are very much flexible and anything can happen to either of the three at any time. So, never have false pride on them.  Totally avoid this, ‘I don’t care ‘ attitude and make your life more beautiful!

Points mentioned above are meant for those who love their family and want to make their life more beautiful. However, everything will depend on the individual attitude and their attitude towards their family life and the living culture prevailing in a country. And the situation what we see today – many divorcees, ignored / abandoned children, ignored parents, all these can be partially attributed to for not valuing the dignity of family life.


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About gcmaliakal

I am an engineer officer in the Indian Army, now enjoying a retired life in my home town. When I look back, It is quite satisfying to see the achievements I have made in my life. All these years of my hectic life had made my life rich with experiences beyond any doubt. It is this life experience and the confidence to face any challenges in life that prompted me to create this website of my own, to share and interact with all my friends and their families across the world and help them to make their dreams into a reality.
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1 Response to ‘I Don’t Care’ – Attitude: Another Deadly Virus?

  1. Paperclip says:

    A good priest once told me that Life is about Endless Possibilities and not about Minimum Obligations. At first I thought he was pulling my leg. But as days passed on, I observed that what he said was so true. When one takes the Minimum Obligation attitude, you keep hearing ‘That’s not my job’, ‘I don’t care’, etc. But when you look at life as Endless Possibilities, then perspectives change. Then things you often hear is “Can I take this for you?’, ‘Can I help you?’, etc.

    The ‘I Don’t Care’ attitude never comes to any good. You have very correctly described the challenges that they and/or their loved ones face.

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