Can you accomplish more if you care deeply about something or if you remain emotionally detached? Hmmm, well I think it really depends on the circumstances. Because if you are investigating the death of someone you knew, it would be better to remain emotionally detached, because then you would not get pulled away from your task. But if it is something like an everyday job, usually you should stay in between, because you shouldn’t just do it because you have to, it is also not the best if you love your work too much.
If your dog runs away, you might just cry, but it is better to find something to do and focus on it, like finding your dog. If you just mourn in the house, it won’t help your dog get home faster, or if you just go outside with your eyes full of tears, you won’t be able to see your dog. It is best to not focus on the fact that your dog might get lost but to focus on the quest to find your dog. Also, if you really treasure something, like a wedding ring, or watch, and lose it, don’t just start whining about it, and do something about it. Never lose your courage.
I think that you should be in the middle, put your whole heart into what you do, but don’t just mourn or stay there weeping, do something about it. If you say, “I don’t know what to do, I can’t do anything.” Yes, you can. There is always a way out of something bad, and you can always make a change.