The main character¡¸Wi¡¹, who was recognized for his ability in the company and continued high-speed promotion, He has no human beauty, creates friction with his fellow colleagues and juniors, and has no mind of care. He finds out that the project team he was hired for is a six-month time-limited department that will be disbanded if he does not achieve the goal within six months. To make matters worse, he is at odds with his wife, leading to a divorce lawsuit. When he happens to meet an adviser called ¡°Guide,¡± he realizes ¡°care,¡± and in practice, he regains his wife and lost seniors and juniors. He reflects on himself and changes, feeling that care is a condition of happiness, joy, and success such as ¡®care for others is care for me¡¯ and ¡®returning as much as he gives.¡¯ It is the contents of a book called ¡°Care¡± by the author of ¡°Han Sang-bok¡±, which I bought and read as a newspaper introduction a long time ago.
Care can be solved by ¡°thinking others with their hearts like a mate¡± and has a dictionary meaning of ¡°thinking to help or care for others.¡± It can also be divided into personal care, social care and national care. Personal care takes place in a one-on-one situation with me, but there are many things that seem to be the most important. As it's not what you said, it's how you said it, don't use words that others don't like when you deliver the same contents. You need to show respect and ____expression____s to your colleagues, subordinates, and friends, as well as to your couple and children at home. It prevents misunderstandings before each other, reduces errors in communication, and strengthens mutual solidarity. It is not immediately visible like a material reward, but it builds up and comes back to you.
The hardest thing at workplace is ¡°human relations at work,¡± and friction and conflict with your boss and coworkers can be the first. On the contrary, the safety zone, which helps to cope with the difficulties of working life, can also be a relationship and ¡°fellow consciousness¡± and can overcome many dissatisfaction with consideration and respect among parents. Peer consciousness is far from being important if things are flat and smooth in the workplace, but when hard and painful things go on, the care and empathy of the co-workers is very powerful. If you have the care of your colleagues when rejoice with joyful things, get excited with one's own things when you get upset, and to comfort and go with you, you will have a pleasant and happy job.
Domestic psychologists warn that the ¡¸loneliness index¡¹ in Korea is relatively high, increasing the risk of depression, suicidal thoughts, malignant comments and hate crimes. However the reasons for this are analyzed as the deepening of individualism, conflict of generation, anxiety of old life, confusion of values, and changes in social structure, in short, it seems more accurate because ¡°care¡± is disappearing in our society. As the Fourth Industrial Revolution progressed, non-face-to-face contact societies centered on job shortages and social network services (SNS) directly contributed to the increase of the solitude index, and individualism, represented by ¡°drinking alone and eating alone,¡± leads to a loss of consideration for the other person. Since pets spend time with their robot friends instead of family and friends, there is an irony that there are many "virtual friends" but no "real friends" through SNS. In conclusion, it makes me to think that in order for the society that is changing to the 4th Industrial Revolution to continue to develop as a ¡°human-centered society,¡± ¡°individual and social care¡± are essential, which can prevent future disasters and brighten the future of mankind.
Social care means manners and the proprieties. For the unspecified majority, for the socially underprivileged, by maintaining public order, they play a decisive role in increasing social solidarity and creating a trusting society. Social care for the old and sick old people, whose family, friends, and neighbors have disappeared, seems desperate. Care for the socially underprivileged, including the disabled and pregnant women, also makes our society bright and beautiful. Driving habits that obey traffic laws and yield and consider driving while driving a car also lead to a trusting society.
When you use the bathhouse in the apartment complex, you will also feel "missing care." One or two towels are enough, but they're common, so people who use four or five people, people who are harmed by the use of waterfalls in a cold bath, children who playfully yell and yell, fathers who don't restrain them, don't lock their showers after taking a shower, person who throws anywhere after using towels and dry towels .... After golf rounding, there is no social consideration in the bath. A person who throws towels, shampoos, toothpastes, soaps, etc., and throws them all over the place...Even though we are middle class people, we feel that our level is only kindergarten. In contrast, when you use a Japanese public bath, you can realize Japanese's sense of order and care for others. In contrast to us, even with dozens of people used, shampoos, towels and cosmetics are intact and leave no traces quietly and cleanly.
Korea's traffic accident rate is the world's number one and the number of traffic accident fatalities is the highest among OECD countries. The uncompromising and caring culture of the other side is a "quickly" culture and synergy, with illegal parking stops, tailings at intersections, and crushing sounds coming from the secondary lows resembling the battlefield. Even with more than 20 million cars, it has become a traffic accident kingdom where traffic accidents are frequent due to far from care for others or defensive driving but my own selfish driving habits. In addition, you can still find cigarette butts thrown out the window while driving in the city means...
One of the things we need to learn from Japan is their transportation culture. I have visited Japan hundreds of times over 40 years, but I have never found a single illegal parking. Just to be clear, when I leave the hotel at dawn and walk the back road, I found cars only be parked where indicated. Not to mention abiding the speed regulation, it's hard to imagine crossing a stop at a crosswalk before leaving the traffic light. Even in the OSAKA city, which is relatively bloody, I have never heard a horn, and since there are no vehicles coming in, I can feel the flow smoothly. Cars, buses and other vehicles, especially taxis, can't be imagined with dirt and the interior is pleasant and clean.
The media reports are still vividly remembered that the world is amazed by the "care culture" of "Meiwaku" in front of the Great East Japan Earthquake and the tsunami disaster. When the hotel informed them that they could not accept guests until the electricity came in, the 50 guests in the lobby lined up quietly and nobody said anything, the elderly were provided to stand ahead. When 10 bowls of udon for emergency use, there was a ¡°delay of concessions¡± that made the udon roll back and forth while worrying about other customers' hunger. It was deliverd by TV with move that in front of tens of thousands of casualties, residents gathered in shelters, saying, ¡°I only want to be restored quickly,¡± not to blame the government. We are amazed that the very few Japanese people who have lost their families and suffered a great deal of weeping or crying out are due to the extreme "mind of care" that "if I do such things, I am a nuisance to those who have suffered more damage than me." What if such a catastrophe happened in our country.... I will be ashamed as the people's ways of coping are imagined and drawn on their heads.
When we were young, we were told that Korea is a nation of courtesy, but now it is shocking that tolerance and consideration are the last of 31 OECD countries. In addition, our national income is at the top, but the Happiness Index is ranked 54th, which raises the question of why we live in this misery even though we are well-earned and economically well-developed countries. I nod my head with the pointing out that the world's top plastic surgery rate of appearance appearanceism, the first condition of marriage spouse of materialism, the world's No. 1 result of education-based competitionism are degrading our quality of life. The rapid fall of our happiness index is not related to the spread of individualism and self-interest in our society. The fact that concessions, sacrifices and care are moving away from our daily lives-from childhood to family, school and society, 'care and tolerance' is neither educated nor emphasized. We teach ¡°Be the best¡± and ¡°Be unconditional to others¡±, unlike the education in Japan, ¡°Being close to everyone¡± and ¡°Let's not disturb others (Meiwaku)¡±. Japanese people are weak in their individuality, but they are as loyal to their organizations and nations as their organizations because they were educated and trained care in raising.
Many people think that our society is far from a just and fair society. We are expecting others to be considerate with busy excuses, and we are soaked with the idea that we will lose money if we wait and make concessions. The happiness we really want comes from a little care, which starts from trivial attention and counts the other person's position in the posture of a stationary branch, which can lead to the ¡°bud of care¡±. This spirit of sharing and caring needs to be nurtured in school education and started from a more fundamental home education so that we can have a happy family and create a harmonious and trusted society. Our society without care-I can't feel depressed that the string of hope for the future is breaking.