Care About Other People

Care About Other People

Care About Other People

(CC0) by Sam Beasley

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Larry Neal Gowdy

Copyright ©2021 - February 02, 2021

It is the only teaching that I have ever felt needs spoken: care about other people. When an individual cares about other people, it is at that moment that the individual has attained real human status.

There are many different types of caring, but each rely upon the ability to think, and to think of people outside of one's self. The only way to know what caring means, is to inwardly care, and to then outwardly express caring one's self.

When mowing one's lawn, describe what caring is felt.

When edging one's drive and sidewalk, describe what caring is felt. Give special attention to how the caring is different than when mowing the lawn.

When combing one's hair, describe what caring is felt. Give special attention to how the caring is different than when mowing and edging the lawn.

When ironing clothes, describe what caring is felt.

When putting clothes on, describe what caring is felt.

When eating food, describe what caring is felt.

When reading a sentence, describe what caring is felt.

When writing a sentence, describe what caring is felt.

When blue-printing an engine, describe what caring is felt.

When driving a car at over ninety miles per hour in a four wheel drift, describe what caring is felt.

When assembling a new computer, describe what caring is felt.

When typing code for a website, describe what caring is felt.

When soldering a component onto a circuit board, describe what caring is felt.

When repeatedly shooting five shots through the same .5" hole at six-hundred feet away, describe what caring is felt.

When winning a chess tournament, describe what caring is felt.

When diagnosing a defect within a circuit of over ten-thousand components, describe what caring is felt.

When preventing an allergen from being near a person who is lethally allergic to the allergen, describe what caring is felt.

If an individual has not cared when doing a thing, and has not self-observed what occurred within themselves, then that individual cannot know what caring means.

As Pathological Science Emotions speaks of, no science is able to describe what emotions are, and thus not able to describe what caring is. No philosophy is able to describe what caring is. No ideology is able to describe what caring is. No school is able to describe what caring is. No book is able to describe what caring is. The only method of learning what caring is, is through one's own caring to self-observe one's own self.

People must participate in their own lives. People must care to self-observe. People must care to think. But most people do not do that. Most people do not care for their own thoughts.

Most everyone wants to be smart. Most everyone wants to have a high IQ. But most all people are too lazy to exert the effort to think. People do not care about themselves, nor anyone else.

People do not care about other people. The manner of caring when mowing a lawn is not present when people scream their hate and violence in protests. The manner of caring when diagnosing a circuit is not present when people scream their hate and violence in March for Science protests. The manner of accurate caring does not occur when people speak harmful words to other people. The manner of caring to prevent allergens does not occur when people use cell phones and other wireless devices.

Again, it is the only teaching I have ever felt needs spoken: care about other people. Caring about other people is continuous mental activity and extended analyses that occur before a physical act is committed. I give two genres of human: sustineo reciproca and canatim sapientes. The genre sustineo reciproca implies 'sustained reciprocation', and points to 'sustained cyclic analyses of one's own thoughts'. Caring about other people requires sustained thinking. The conscious analyses do not stop before, during, nor after an act. Caring about other people is not a slogan to uncaringly scream in protests. Caring about other people is what a person does inwardly themselves, and the resulting outward behavior exhibits how much thinking occurred. Most humans literally cannot care about other people. Most humans cannot think. Scientists and teachers openly admit that they are unable to remain conscious more than about ten percent of the time, and therefore are incapable of being sustineo reciproca, and also incapable of caring about other people.

Canatim sapientes implies 'dog-like learned', or 'like-dog scholar', and points at the dog-like behavior of memorizing 'ear to mouth' words like how dogs are trained. Dogs are able to learn a small amount, but cannot process the memories to form analyses of self-guidance. Dogs cannot build their own dog houses, nor dress themselves. Canatim sapientes cannot build their own houses, nor dress themselves. Sustineo reciproca build houses and make clothing; canatim sapientes do not.

Dogs bark and have no self-control over their emotional responses. Canatim sapientes bark and have no self-control over their emotional responses. Scientists and teachers claim that no one has self-control over their emotions. The scientists and teachers possess no mental ability to self-control their own thoughts and emotions. Academicians and ideologists claim it to be a supernatural magic to attain an "enlightenment" of being "centered". Sustineo reciproca are "centered" naturally and through the self-will of self-caring to think. From Zhong Yong paragraph #1: 'Happy anger, sorrow joy, it have-not expressed, call it center. Express and always center temperate, call it peace. Center person, heavens below him large root. Peace person, heavens below him express way. Extend center peace, heavens earth position how. Ten-thousand things nascent how.' (smoothed draft version of what canatim sapientes name the title to be Doctrine of the Mean).

Compare what Oxford University employee James Legge wrote: "While there are no stirrings of pleasure, anger, sorrow, or joy, the mind may be said to be in the state of Equilibrium. When those feelings have been stirred, and they act in their due degree, there ensues what may be called the state of Harmony. This Equilibrium is the great root from which grow all the human actings in the world, and this Harmony is the universal path which they all should pursue. Let the states of equilibrium and harmony exist in perfection, and a happy order will prevail throughout heaven and earth, and all things will be nourished and flourish."

As has been universal for over two-thousand years, philosophians are only able to measure ethics and morals as external effects that had no origins of cause. Philosophians, sciencians, and academicians contradict their own belief in their religion of Science's claim that all effects must have a cause. Philosophians also measure (zhong) to imply an external "balance", which Legge worded to be "mean". To sciencians, academicians, philosophians, and ideologists, they possess no capacity to self-observe, and thus, are unable to fathom what it might be to self-think and to have mental control over one's own emotions, and thus, the sciencians, academicians, philosophians, and ideologists believe and claim that "centeredness" is an external thing that can be measured. Oxford University employees James Legge and Homer Dubs were canatim sapientes, as are also known Oxford University employees today. The concepts of self-thinking and being "centered" are unknown to science, academia, ideologies, and the news media. The empirical proof is in what the scientists, academicians, ideologists, and journalists wrote with their own hands.

If an individual is unable to self-think and to self-control one's own emotions, then the individual is canatim sapientes, and unable to care about other people.

Most humans are canatim sapientes. Most humans continuously insult and commit psychological terrorism on other people. All governments, all schools, and all religions are predominately populated by canatim sapientes who cannot self-think and do not possess the mental function to care about other people.

Caring to dress properly. Caring to have one's clothes fully cover one's under garments. Wearing one's under garments on the outside of one's clothes is a thinking problem. Wearing one's pants waist below one's under garment is a thinking problem that shares the mental inability to process the emotion of shame. The inability to care to dress properly is symptomatic of canatim sapientes.

Caring to speak properly. Caring to choose words that do not harm other people. Speaking hateful words is an act of psychological terrorism. Canatim sapientes are unable to care of their words, and unable to choose kind words.

No quantity of education is capable of enabling a canatim sapientes to think. Over one-hundred-thousand words in the Alo and De series, often speaking of the harm that occurs when people do not care about other people, and yet canatim sapientes still are unable to 'sustained cyclic analyses of one's own thoughts'. The Xunzi Book series illustrates the differences between sustineo reciproca and canatim sapientes. Sustineo reciproca self-think, self-observe, self-learn, and care. Canatim sapientes believe of themselves to be smart because they memorized words and circus tricks. Canatim sapientes are incapable of self-observation, and therefore cannot describe what caring means. If canatim sapientes were able to think, then within science, academia, philosophy, and religion there would be intricate descriptions of what caring means, but the descriptions do not exist.

When I meet a male customer and his wife, I will shake his hand and give a polite bow to the lady (unless she sticks her hand out to shake). Care about other people. Care about the wife. Care about the husband. Care to not insult the lady by touching her. Care to not insult the husband by insulting the wife.

Alo and De Sharing #4: "Only the man who has possessed a pearl, knows through experience to not share the pearl... to not permit the pearl to become dirtied... to not so much as speak the pearl's name." A man's wife may be his pearl.

Alo and De Omens #40: "The outsiders cannot stop their aggression... their hunger burns to intrude on others, to destroy everything they touch. They destroyed their old home, they came here, destroyed this new land... now they will destroy our home. ...regardless of what we do, regardless of how we prepare, our community must now suffer. Surviving within a negative way of life, is, itself, a negative way of life."

Like the mouse and dog, canatim sapientes dirty and destroy everything they touch.

"Give not that which is holy unto the dogs, neither cast ye your pearls before swine, lest they trample them under their feet, and turn again and rend you." (Matthew 7:6 KJV) The words are true and honorable. But find anyone who lives in agreement with the words. Memorizing the words does not make a canatim sapientes a sustineo reciproca.

"But woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye shut up the kingdom of heaven against men: for ye neither go in yourselves, neither suffer ye them that are entering to go in." (Matthew 23:13 KJV) The scribes (academicians) and Pharisees (preachers) still exist today, and are still hypocrites with their hateful uncaring behavior towards other people. None care about other people.

There can never again be a Virgin Mary because canatim sapientes pollute innocent minds with the filth of lusts. There can never again be a Jesus because canatim sapientes claim that love is lust, habit, and jealousy. There can never again be a Confucius, nor a Xunzi, nor a Laozi because canatim sapientes believe that caring is an outward action that has no inner cause. Everything that canatim sapientes touch, is destroyed.

'Junzi bosom virtue, tiny person bosom materialism. Junzi bosom fairness, tiny person bosom favoritism.' (draft portion of 里仁 Li Ren #11).

Sustineo reciproca care for other people, canatim sapientes hunger of animal lust. Sustineo reciproca think, canatim sapientes react of animal lust. Protesters and rioters demand favoritism. Protesters and rioters lust for profit. Protesters and rioters are canatim sapientes who cannot and never will possess nor comprehend what fairness and virtue are.

Fairness is a product of mentally evaluating a balance within human scenarios. Canatim sapientes do not possess the mental ability to evaluate. Rioters, protesters, most politicians, and the long list of similars are common examples of canatim sapientes.

From Xunzi Book #5: "The words within Encourage Learning... point to simple things, but, apparently, the simple things still remain beyond what many people are capable of achieving. ...Outward calmness is the product of the inner harmony of numerous quality ingredients: outward physical 'calm' motions cannot create inner harmony, nor quality ingredients, nor virtue. Level speaking is the product of inner harmony: speaking in forced monotones cannot create inner harmony, nor virtue. ...From paragraph #13: 'Junzi {it-him} learning {also}, enter {in-from} ear, attach {in-from} heart, spread {in-from} four limbs, body {in-from} move calm. Hold-level {and-while} speak, fluid {and-while} move, alone able use be standard follow. Tiny person {it-him} learning {also}, enter {in-from} ear, come-out {in-from} mouth, mouth ear {it-him} space-between then four cun ear. How entirely {use} beautiful seven chi {it} body {begin-?}?' ...Encourage Learning speaks of rational real world things, things that still relate to today's world."

In recent months I had the wonderful experience of listening to two individuals who were as leaders of their culture, and both men spoke level. The emotioned experience was deep and so very rare; I was impressed. There do exist good people in the world, people who are sustineo reciproca, not canatim sapientes, and their ideals of life are as the fulfillment of the highest goals written of in religions and Confucian-era books. Confucius himself would have surely loudly proclaimed the people to all be junzi. The culture is a great pearl, so great that its name will not be spoken, because, if the canatim sapientes learned of the culture, then the canatim sapientes would attack the culture and the people's wives.

Within the Alo and De series, over two-hundred times I wrote about caring about other people. Though a man might read and memorize a hundred-thousand words, it does not mean that the man sustineo reciproca reasoned the words. The following is a sampling of what was written, but also ignored by many readers.

Alo and De Imitate #75: "Their husbands are careful to not speak uncarefully... always careful to not offend each other, careful to not harm feelings, and I feel that that is the right thing to do, to not speak of another person's wife, ...It is true... we are careful to not speak of another's life... words harm what is real... goodness becomes cheap, if reduced to words."

Alo and De Walk #77: "'Master say: Natural hidden behavior, strange (to) future generation, have express why I not do it. Junzi honor way and behavior half Tu-rivers, and terminate... Junzi rely-on similar, center use hidden, generation not see know, and not regret only sage person-ist able it'... it is a natural thing... common for some people, but strange to outsiders... an east man said that the ancients said 'practice wonders', but the ancient words, only speak of natural... for as long as we do not permit outsiders to see and to know our way, then the outsiders cannot regret what they do not know to exist. Morning Dove: Am I close, when I say that one of the differences between our people and outsiders, is that our way is of mindfulness, and outsiders' way is of violence? Yan: I believe that is a good way of pointing of differences... our way, is harmony, we speak of kindness, thoughtfulness, warmth of heart, and caring for other people, but the outsiders, their world is of violence... everything in their world, is violent... Alo and De, love, wife heals... doctors, violence, wife not heal..."

Alo and De Trust #44: "Yan: ...she sincerely does know that I would never, and could never, do anything that could possibly not hold her own happiness to be first in my own life. ...Alo: Agreed… ancient texts spoke of emotions… modern languages interpret the old emotions to infer modern emotions… the modern interpretations cannot possibly ever be the same as what the ancients' emotions might have been. I love and deeply care for Jun, but more like a sister and close friend… not a love and caring like yours… we use same words, but the words do not have same meanings."

Alo and De Begin #110: "Yan: I agree... I spent years, searching for a good way... my early mistake, was to keep expecting to find answers outside of myself, but, eventually, I discovered that the answers were within me already... requires, self-effort to find the answers... Alo: Yes... make the choice... choose, be determined, choose, aim for self-learn, choose... first choose to care for other people... also choose, to be accurate... all comes from the inside, none comes from the outside. De: Like what we spoke of before... 'great learning, it way involved-in understanding, understanding morals involved-in oneself'... all good teachings, similar... Alo: Precisely... any teaching, that excludes the person's own 'involved-in oneself', is a false teaching... external knowledge cannot possibly make a mind conscious, nor, warm a cold heart... De: Heart... virtue... like, a song... cold, notes, cannot make warm song... need, awareness... need, thinking... need, patience... need, accuracy... need, self-effort... then, need, the hard things... Alo: De is correct... caring for other people, and honesty, are the easy ingredients... the hard ingredients, come later... each in their sequence... Yan: Yes... perhaps it would be beneficial if we wrote each step, then, edit the writings, to include details... explain, directions of awareness... explain, distances of from where awareness aims... there is not a simple on-off of 'do this do that'... Alo: Precisely... and those are among the ingredients of the begin... very, basic, but, necessary... no magical instant awareness of thinking ability... requires firsthand participation in one's own life... Emma: If a person were to achieve a degree of walk-virtue, how would they then know if they have achieved enough, or, if they are still missing some ingredients? Tom: That, I believe I have a partial answer for. For years I have given close attention to how different people respond to other people. Not once in my life did I ever witness any person expressing any depth of caring for another person, not until I saw three individuals who literally cried tears for my wife's pain. To me, that was proof positive that the individuals are what I deem to be virtuous. Now I know what real virtue really is."

Alo and De Word Songs #48: "...there are no medicines to cure east words… ...And it does offer knowledge… it is useful to possess the knowledge, so that a person will know beforehand to not believe in east words… avoid the words… retain a distance from the words… do not permit one's self to be scratched by outsiders… Alo: To choose, to generalize the words… to know, reason, rationalize that the east words are dirty, unworthy, and then simply avoid all east words, without remembering what the east words were!"

Alo and De Names #50: "But Yan, your voice... you found other words, that now trouble you... Yan: Yes... but I have learned to not speak of things, that can cause unhappy thoughts... better to not know, than to always remember. ...And now I understand why you have used specific pronunciations of ancient words that are obviously incorrect... not use, not explain... simply not speak."

Alo and De Magic #61: "Yan: At one time, for years our people did offer the knowledge... no one wanted it for the purpose of helping people... everyone wanted it, for themselves... to make money, to become famous... greed, selfishness, hunger for self... not one outsider offered to help anyone else... literally no one wanted to help other people... Alo: And look at what happened... the people who were told the knowledge, they refused to use the knowledge for good... the people misused the knowledge, and caused themselves great harm... so many children, and others, suffer, because of the people's hunger for self..."

Alo and De Old Known #70: "Alo: Honorable goal... to learn, before regrets... avoid regrets... Tom: Yes, exactly. And that is what we are hoping to do, to help the young people understand what happens if the lack of understanding might cause a big mistake that hurts another person for the rest of their lives. Everyone knows that strong bad emotions literally destroy a person's life. The global religion has known it since the 1800s, but still there are no classes or instructions of how to not hurt people. City people hurt each other while not caring. It's as if the believers in the global religion hurt people on purpose, and we want to completely avoid that kind of mistake in our own people."

Alo and De Imitate #75: "Morning Dove: Their husbands are careful to not speak uncarefully... always careful to not offend each other, careful to not harm feelings, and I feel that that is the right thing to do, to not speak of another person's wife, but it also causes me to not learn of my own daughters' lives. May I ask, how each of you interpret your own wife? ...Morning Dove: Actually, I am having difficulty imagining how empty the outsiders' world really is... but it is good that we are not living amongst outsiders... they would surely destroy the beauty. Yan: 'Hide heaven child, child's filial piety also'... not let the world know... Alo: World example... 'one person have celebrate, million people falsely-accuse person'... Morning Dove: Ah, yes, so very true... a good person, is gossiped about, hatefully, within envy... hated-on because the good person is good. Yan: Way of the world..."

Alo and De Force #76: "Morning Dove: Radiance... like what you had spoken of, when describing benevolence? Yan: Yes... emitted... direction, aimed, outward... flows to another person... Tom: Sounds to be extremely uncommon. Yan: Very... and more uncommon to be able to maintain for long... ancients spoke of similar... 'Master say: I not-yet meet many benevolence person, (only meet) evil, not benevolence person. Fake-appearance benevolence person, not-have cease, still him evil. Not benevolence person, his fake benevolence (-carry) not send. Not benevolence person add-to (similar), (is-as) his own-moral-character. Have ability, one day, apply his force of benevolence, (similar) I have-not met. Force not abundant person, hide be him, I have-not him meet also.'"

Alo and De Generation #83: "Alo: Yes, smiles for me also. I have seen other men, well-known throughout the history of the world, do a little venting about the younger generation... it is a natural way of life. Younger generations rebel against older generations... and older generations complain about the younger generation, but, the older generation had also rebelled when they were young. It is just a very normal and natural way of the human creature to develop and mature..."

Alo and De Follow #85: "Alo: Yes... infant child, explain, tulku... describe, firsthand... people deny it possible, while also claiming tulku real... people, give mouth to one ideology... give bow to a different ideology... bosom neither... De: Precisely... not serve two masters... serve neither... believe neither... ...De: There... nothing to follow... nothing, to learn... only, something to become... cannot be taught... ...De: The only logic... not follow a teaching, but, rather, choose what is correct behavior... correctness, itself, becomes its own dao... the only correct thing known to exist, is Nature... Nature rules mind, rules body, rules earth, rules universe, but not rule choice..."

Alo and De Flower #88: "Yan: I had recently seen another example... 'Junzi have three respect... respect heaven fate, respect great person, respect sage person him talk. Tiny person not know heaven fate and not respect also, intimate-with great person, abase sage person him talk'. Alo: The 'respect' word, could also be 'fear', but, it would be, rather, absurd to say 'fear'... Yan: Agreed... but the east scholar, he wrote... 'There are three things of which the superior man stands in awe. He stands in awe of the ordinances of Heaven. He stands in awe of great men. He stands in awe of the words of sages. The mean man does not know the ordinances of Heaven, and consequently does not stand in awe of them. He is disrespectful to great men. He makes sport of the words of sages'... the east scholar chose 'awe', which is similarly absurd as 'fear'...

Alo and De Fail #95: "Alo: But no letting-go of Jun, and this life? Yan: No, no way... let-go of the things that deaden the senses, heart, and mind... let-go of the burdens... let all words fall to the ground... I can now do that, because, I have a place to be..."

Alo and De Mutual #97: "Alo: Is this, not, a lot like some of the other systems of belief? Claiming to have become 'empty', and, having become 'aware' also? Yan: Yes, very similar... enter into a nothing-pole, a so-called emptiness... and, then, claim to be aware... but still not be aware of their own minds and hearts... to me, this suggests something much larger... it, suggests, an illustration, seen within the descending curve... illustrating, the natural state, of outsiders' minds... Alo: Agreed... descending curve... emotional downward... entering depressed... entering, self-destruction... walking, devolution... yes, agreed..."

Alo and De Compose #103: "Alo: Him not know puzzle... cannot fit pieces... but, once again, the east man's translation, expresses outsiders' cultures, of abusive governments, master-slave relationships, tyranny, hunger, selfishness... with a complete absence of self-betterment... yes, an outsider culture... all thought is of external things, with no thought of self-value... Alo: Yes... outsiders, compose, many bad ingredients... compose, selfish... with hunger... with vanity... with laziness... with unthinking... destructive ingredients, composed, destructive lives... Yan: By choice... Alo: Yes..."

Alo and De Self Learn #107: "My idea of being happy is to be happily married with good friends, good family, and to be free of emotional turmoil."

Alo and De Not Fade #108: "Alo: Outer beauty, always fades... inner beauty, maybe not fade... if, life is without turmoil, then, inner beauty not harmed... inner beauty never fades... Alo: Two, close, of harmony, can tease playfully, and cause no harm... outside of harmony, same words, would cause harm... similar for community... we know the boundaries of what is of harmony, and we can playfully tease without causing harm, but, if outsiders said the same things, the outsiders' words would have arrived from a different heart, not like our community heart... outsider words would cause harm... cause, community beauty to fade... Yan: Agreed... seclusion from outsiders, appears to be the best choice... perhaps somewhat similar to some of the systems of belief, that have temples and communities at a distance from society... but the choice here would not be to have a community of doctrines, but rather a community of beautiful virtue..."

Alo and De Begin #110: "Alo: Yes, but different degrees for each individual... some individuals, have no useful life experience to have acquired a warm heart, but still the individuals can care... it, is, like, a soft heart, not yet warm, but still able to feel for other people. Also, if a person's mind and heart are not connected, then, always cold. But, the focus of mentally caring for other people, the idea is for an individual to give conscious attention to the world around them... continuous awareness, continuous study of what is seen, continuous analyses of what is seen, continuous analyses of how one's own self is relative to what is seen, continuous choosing one's own behavior relative to what is seen... the list is long, but the ingredients all point to the act of the person thinking their own thoughts... if a person cannot think, then how can be virtuous? How can choose honesty? How can choose politeness? Yan: Continuous thinking, enables strength of mind, increases intelligence, gives the mind more information to choose better choices, opens the mind to enable cyclic thought... the act of caring about other people is, like, building muscles... the more that a person cares, the stronger the mind... for many individuals, enabling the mind to become conscious, can also enable the heart to be freed from animal desires... Alo: I agree with Yan... and also add, the self-principle of honesty... to always be accurate in one's thoughts, and to always be accurate in one's perceptions... the whole goal of the begin, is to obtain consciousness that is flavored with the self-standard of accuracy... need both... attempting to care for other people, while not caring to be honest, would result in the person inventing imaginations of what the person wants to see... then might put blame on innocent people... injustice... virtue would not birth..."

Alo and De Yan Hui #114: "Yan: Four great pearls here... each, only see three..."

Alo and De Caring #5: "Alo: ...Within a selection of global communities, statistics have shown that about one-million to three-million people have been offered the opportunity to express a caring for other people... guess how many of the individuals expressed caring for other people. De: Oh... not an easy guess... perhaps, one in a thousand? One in a hundred-thousand sounds much too scarce, as does one in ten-thousand... likely not one in a hundred, and, so, I will guess about one in a thousand, because , surely, at least one person ought to care. Alo: Ha! Your guess is what I also initially guessed... but, the statistics were recorded by computers... over ten years of statistics... but, the final tally, was that the total number of people who were caring of other people, was... zero. De: Wow... really? Alo: Yes... I looked at the numbers myself... it seems to almost be unbelievable, but... the numbers are there... the number of people who cared for other people, was, actually, zero. ...Alo: True... but I wanted to speak of this, to help you feel more at ease about your not being able to share with all people... attempting to share with the wrong communities, is simply not possible. De: Oh, you never did explain how the statistics were evaluated... how was it determined that none of the people cared for other people? Alo: Here is the paper, and the method used... De: Oh... oh... really? Is this paper true? I am reading the paper's statistics, but I am finding it hard to accept the paper's conclusions... Alo: Yes... unfortunately, very true. De: To me, this paper is very disturbing... and I see now, that the number had to be true, because if no one helped another person for that reason, then the people would not help anyone at all. Alo: And look at what the people lost... De: Yes... they did not know that their selfishness cost them more than they will ever know... instant karma. Alo: Ha! Yes... a pity... but the community people will never learn... their selfishness has robbed themselves of treasures... robbed their children and future descendants, their species... forever lost... forever gone... because no one cared about other people. The people were, literally, so selfish and greedy, that they could not think enough outside of themselves to recognize that their greed, to hold tightly an ounce of material things, had cost the people the gain of tons of material things. De: I am still staring at the paper... but this! It says that the people were actually told to care for other people! The communities' people were not tricked, nor were the people unknowing that the statistics were being assembled... and the people were even told what the gain would be! And still the people were unable to care for others... oh, how sad... Alo: The words have been repeated countless times... care about other people... but, apparently, some people, simply cannot do it."


In today's world, most people exert less caring for other people than what they care when mowing and edging a lawn. The people's words are not straight, nor even, nor are the vocal tones level. Most people exert no effort to be precise, no effort to be accurate, no effort to analyze how one's words will be received by the listener, and no effort to save another person from harm. The people do not care about other people.

The statistics in Alo and De Caring #5 are true. For about ten years the medical device was offered, and yet the only people who wanted it was so that they could sell it for money. Literally no one wanted to make the device available to humanity. No one cared for other people. The medical device is known to have many good uses against various diseases, and perhaps might have been useful against covid-19, but we will never know now, because no one cared, and still no one cares. The same people who refused to care about other people are now themselves inconvenienced because of covid-19, and the cause is themselves. They did it to themselves.

The human genre sustineo reciproca — sustained cyclic analyses of one's own thoughts — is what occurs when caring about other people. People are not identical, not the same, and not equal. The human genre canatim sapientes — dog-like learned — does not, and cannot, care. All texts, regardless of culture and ideology, are false and destructive when claiming to teach enlightenments sans sustained cyclic analyses of one's own thoughts.

Xunzi Book #5: 'Junzi (sustineo reciproca) him learning, enter ear, attach heart, spread four limbs, body move calm. Hold-level while speak, fluid while move, alone able use be standard follow. Tiny person (canatim sapientes) him learning, enter ear, come-out mouth, mouth ear it space-between then four cun ear. How entirely use beautiful seven chi him body?'

As also pointed to within Qu Li, real humans speak and move fluidly calm, and care about other people. The absence of caring about other people is named sociopath / psychopath.