Non-attachment to results brings freedom from worry. This non-attachment is the opposite of not caring. It is based on caring deeply for what truly matters — the peace of mind that accompanies divine remembrance.
~Yogacharya Ellen Grace O'Brian
A steady practice of meditation and attention to the results of actions in our own life can lead us to mastery of non-attachment. Not to be confused with lack of concern, this practice helps us separate our intentions from the outcome of our actions. If we carry out a task to the best of our ability and highest intention and the results are as expected we easily see the benefit. However, if the results are not as we wished, life has presented us with an opportunity to learn. Over time we come to realize that we are not in control of outcomes but that our pure intentions are often rewarded. This path leads to freedom.