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    Drive to people’s heart- care and affection

    Care and affection are the two ways to reach out to other's hearts. We being humans always need care and affection from our closed ones. Friends or family, whoever supports us and cares for us becomes our closed ones. The same is applicable to us. If we want to be a closed one for someone we need to take care of the person and should support him/her whenever it is required. To win one's heart, the available drives are care and affection, the true forms of real love.

    This is my entry for Topic of the month TOW contest - Drive
  • #701747
    When we love a person, care, affection and attachment come together. When we love our family, anything that we do for them is not by compulsion but because we love them and want them to be happy. A smile on their face, their good health, their success is what makes us happy. The same applies to our friends and closed ones. It is true that win one's heart, the available drives are care and affection. The more you love a person, the more caring and affectionate you become for him/her/them.
    “The most important thing in life is to learn how to give out love, and to let it come in." — Morrie Schwartz

  • #701758
    In the present world, most of the self minded persons are more than caring persons. Each person is confined to the four walls and just wants to save himself or herself from the outer world. Yet some strive out to show care and affection to embrace and enlighten humanity through all walks of life. This driving force should be the first foothold in every individual. Every human is born one day and dies when we are alive we should be good and do good deeds to remain in their hearts forever.
    Lead the leader

  • #702006
    Affectionand care can influence people. They are compared and made as drive to people's heart in thisthread.


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