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Attentiveness vs. Unconcern
Showing the worth of a person by giving full concentration to his or her words
 
 

Attentiveness describes the concentration we apply to each of the five senses (our sight, smell, taste, touch, and hearing). It is the key to all information gathering.

Attentiveness also relates to the quality of thought used to think about the information received through these senses.

Listening to a teacher's request, hearing direction from an authority, reading books, or obtaining homework assignments—nearly every activity of work, school, and life involves attentiveness.