Caring is a learned behavior that requires development. I too argue even the lowest level of this behavior is the foundations of human condition. Care includes taking care of objective things, taking care of things at hand, and taking care of being itself (Ranheim, 2012). There could be internal and external motivators to cultivate this behavior of care. But the fact remains that an experience has led you to place care on it. Learning to care for “something” doesn’t mean that you have to have an emotional or empathetic relationship with it. Although, there must be a cognitive level as well as an emotional level to caring. A simplified, low level analogy elaborating further; you take care of your hand by not placing on a hot surface because you learned it invokes the sensation of pain. Automotive care is result of an inherit operational value placed on your automobile. The motivating factor of this care is result of benefits contrived from its operation. The reader remotely cares about what is written here related to learned motivating factors such as; obtaining self-knowledge, competent performance in this course resulting in a positive number grade.