I have been reading "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance" by Robert Pirsig. If you haven't read it, I cannot express how much I believe you should go to Amazon and order it now.
Anyways, a couple of mornings ago, I sat down at my kitchen table and as soon as my arms touched it my skin was crawling. "What is that?!" "Peanut butter and jelly droppings." My internal dialogue was going.
I knew there was a lesson here. I brought the kids in. I asked them to touch the table and really feel it. I asked them to imagine what it felt like to someone who was not them. I asked them to leave the childish mindset of ego and consider their culture and their world. They didn't get it.
Then an idea dawned on me. I asked for two sheets of paper and a pen, and I proceeded to write the two notes above. I asked them which note was consistent with the words written. As you can see, they chose the one well crafted. The one crafted with care.
Be aware, boys and girls, every action you take in life, every decision, exhibits your level of inner care and everyone can see what the real message is, even if you mime the correct form, the how and why are much clearer than the what.