1. a state of mind in which one is troubled; worry, anxiety, or concern: He was never free from care. 2. a cause or object of worry, anxiety, concern, etc.: Their son has always been a great care to them. 3. serious attention; solicitude; heed; caution: She devotes great care to her work. 4. protection; charge: He is under the care of a doctor. 5. temporary keeping, as for the benefit of or until claimed by the owner: He left his valuables in the care of friends. Address my mail in care of the American Embassy.
[n. uh-ten-shuhn; interj. uh-ten-shuhn] Show IPA
1. the act or faculty of attending, especially by directing the mind to an object.
2. Psychology .
a. a concentration of the mind on a single object or thought, especially one preferentially selected from a complex, with a view to limiting or clarifying receptivity by narrowing the range of stimuli.
b. a state of consciousness characterized by such concentration.
c. a capacity to maintain selective or sustained concentration.
3. observant care; consideration: Individual attention is given to each child. 4. civility or courtesy: attention to a guest. 5. notice or awareness: His deliberate cough caught the waiter’s attention.
The Game gets deeper as time progresses, so for those who would care to and canÂ fathom the depths, lets get out the scuba diving gear and take a swim shall we?
It was today that the news was posted on the WhiteHouse.gov website that the Obama Administration has selected an Ivy League University PresidentÂ that is aÂ renown health care expert to be his nominee as the head of the World Bank.
This morning, President Obama named Dr. Jim Yong Kim, a global health and development expert, as his choice to head the World Bank. Dr. Kim is the president of Dartmouth College and a co-founder of Partners In Health.
We will leave all of the Obamacare and New World Order conspiracies for others to comb through and keep this postÂ relatively simple in PimpHop.com like fashion, first of which being that The World Bank offers its ownÂ publications and its own library combined with the IMF on its website which can be viewed here showing that it values literature in regards to how relevantÂ online data plays a part in the quality of life for the world in which it acts as a bank.
We all can put together that both attention and care are things that are given and received in the same way that currency is, and at the root of the matter, especially with the advent of social media and its growing popularity, it is showing thatÂ the demand for receivingÂ both CARE and ATTENTION is in extremely urgent demand, and the statistics on Health Care show that in the U.S. it (care) isÂ an actualÂ product that accounts for more than a quarter of the nations GDP spending.
Health care can form a significant part of a country’s economy. In 2008, the health care industry consumed an average of 9.0 percent of the gross domestic product (GDP) across the most developed OECD countries. The United States (16.0%), France (11.2%), and Switzerland (10.7%) were the top three spenders.
Moral Of The Story
I too would care to know what the story moral is as much as anyone reading this entry, yet all that I am at liberty to offer at this time is simplyÂ a different perspective to consider.