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"Care for what you care about, care about what others care for."




Carism is a social movement that believes in the interconnectivity of the well-being of all living and no-living entities, and that care-giving and care-receiving can become the most important social, economic and cultural activity.
Carism is for anyone, but more particularly for people who most deplore to some degree the erosion of social trust, a lack of a social safety net from the local community that supports them when they need. Members of the movement are called Carists.



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Mark








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Carism Spectrum



As Carism respects the fact that what might be care for one, might not mean care for another. The Carist spectrum respects that people might have limitations to their own way of manifesting care. Seeing this spectrum, where would you place yourself?






not caring about anything including yourself and your own wellbeing



caring for yourself and
everything/everyone around you




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Mark








Mark






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Core Values and Beliefs



︎ The practice of self-care, mindfulness and self awareness ︎

︎ The embracing of conflicts and not ignoring them because of their uncomfortable nature ︎

︎ The respect of each other's different care needs and attributions ︎

︎ The consideration of the consequences of ones caring acts ︎

︎ The support of all living and non-living entities flourishing together in harmony ︎



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Mark
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