We see terrible things around us. Bare footed children shivering with cold, running with wiper to clean wind screen of your car, in a desperate hope to get one or two rupees for their food, but you don’t let him to do so. Yes, they are dirty, their wipers are dirty, you can’t stand them, but do you listen to their unsaid words “Please get me a loaf of bread.” No, often we don’t. We detach our-selves from what we see; perhaps we protect ourselves from suffering the pain of feel. Other factors also contribute and the resulting effect on us is to eventually shutdown the part of us that is able to feel entirely. We lose the ability to love unconditionally, care for others and for ourselves. We focus on our work and our interest, look for entertainment and engage in distractions rather than to face the bitter truth, the world we live in and our place and role in it.