You care for EVERYONE. It doesn't matter if people interrupt your normal routine or plans; you're there for them. You feel a deep need to be able to respond when someone is in need. You're an amazing friend and hate to even consider ignoring someone. You believe people cannot be summed up in words alone but must be experienced and that by doing this you will continually see new aspects to everybody!
The Bad: Like duty ethics, this is hard to do all the time. Sometimes you won't be able to be there for everyone and a strict follower of Levinasian ethics will feel terrible. There isn't a great model established for you to follow in this framework either.
The father of Levinasian ethics is Emmanual Levinas and you can read more here!
Interruptions? More like Fun-terruptions!
Other ethical styles