Might Mean
Attachment: connection, bonding, closeness, trust, commitment, loyalty, devotion, not giving up or being able to, holding on, clinging,  dependency, fear of loss, stuck

Care: caring, self-care, compassion, sensitivity, acceptance, attention, responsibility, guardian, protection, interest or concern, safety, duty or obligation, need, control, worry, pushy or needy, pressure, oppression​​​​​​​

Permanence: potential, creative power, procreation, family, continuation, constancy, patience, stability, eternity, preservation, immortality, survival, presence
For Example
Movie Clips & Videos:

Fatherly advice – The Tree of Life

Love and care – Your Sister's Sister

Trying to help someone – The Soloist

"The older we get, the more difficult it is to find other people who can give us the love our parents denied us. But the body's expectations do not slacken with age–quite the contrary. They are merely directed at others, usually our own children and grandchildren. The only way out of this dilemma is to become aware of these mechanisms and to identify the reality of our own childhood by counteracting the processes of repression and denial. 
Then we can give ourselves the attention, respect, the understanding for our emotions, the sorely needed protection, and the unconditional love that our parents withheld from us." 
– Alice Miller, The Body Never Lies

"The safeguard against the unconscious, which is what his mother meant to him, is not replaced by anything in the modern man's education; unconsciously, therefore, his ideal of marriage is so arranged that his wife has to take over the magical role of the mother. Under the cloak of the ideally exclusive marriage he is really seeking his mother's protection, and thus plays into the hands of his wife's possessive instincts. 
His fear of the dark incalculable power of the unconscious gives his wife an illegitimate authority over him, and forges such a dangerously close union that the marriage is permanently on the brink of explosion from internal tension–or else, out of protest, he flies to the other extreme, with the same results."
– C.G. Jung, Two Essays on Analytical Psychology, par. 314-316

Eyeoneye (Andrew Bird about coming too close to the source)

Eyeoneye – Andrew Bird

Tarot: The Hanged Man
Mythology: Cura
Alchemy: The Boiled Philosopher Rejuvenated (Splendor Solis)
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