In addition to Peachey's excellent answer, you can consider MInd in its uses as both noun and verb.
(Verb use) "I do not mind" or "I do mind" can be used this way also.
"Do you mind if I take this seat?" "Do you mind if I borrow your hat?"
"Do you mind if I come along with your for a night on the town?"
"I do not mind THAT you are a poor housekeeper."
"I do not mind THAT your payment is late."
MIND, in this sense, shows a "concern" by one person.
(Noun use) "Do you want to know my mind on this matter?"
"I have a good mind to tell you to go stuff yourself, because you are a jerk!"
"My mind on this issue is that some people are being badly mistreated."