Don’t you hate it when people ask you “How are you doing?!”, “What’s up?!”, etc. in the most insincere way, whether it be in the supermarket line or a casual “hello” from someone. It’s like no one cares, like they truly don’t want to know anymore; it’s just a turn of a phrase for them, a cliche question that is asked and the response that is never, hardly ever cared about. Say I do give you a response that shows that I am down in the dumps, not having a good day, it’s like they just ignore it and move on, or they’ll ask the other cliche question “Why?!” Have we lost our moral structure as humans? Do any of us deeply care about the well-being of our fellow brother or sister to care enough, just enough to dive into that someone’s life…rather quickly actually…and care for a second, or minute or two. To ask what the problem is and to help them find a solution, or at least lend a sympathetic hearing ear on their woes. I urge you, my followers and the rest of human kind, to NOT carelessly ask these questions but to, rather, ask them with the utmost care and respect and love and to try and help your fellow human. I feel like these questions are floating around due to the fact that people try and seem like they care, at least they ask, but a question that is asked and a response that is cared less about is morally unjust and definitely not right. Let us unite in trying to help take down these barriers by simply caring, caring more and loving more.