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Tuesday, September 23, 2003
Subject: Observe Courtesy and Good Mannerism
In our day to day dealings, we should observe good Mannerism
Adequate courtesy and rules of a good civilized society. For example—
(a) Use the words ‘ thanks you ‘and’please’generously
(b) Stand up when greeting and receiving an elderly visitor
(c) Return all things in time you borrow
(d) Avoid sarcastic remarks.
(e) Keep secrets up to you. Resist temptation to leak them.
Think twice before divulging a secret to you close friend
(f) Remember people’s names who remain around you.
(g) Respect privacy; knock before you enter a room.
(h) Resist temptation to interrupt people in the middle
While speaking whether you agree or disagree with them.
Listen fully and attentively whether you know that thing
Already or not. Speak at your turn only
(i) Learn to disagree without irritability.
(j) Be punctual and conduct meeting in time regardless of who is missing.
(k) Resist telling people how something should be done unless asked for.
(l) Keep your promises and words.
(m) Don’t discuss business in streets.
(n) Praise in public, criticize in private.
(o) Never hesitate to use the phrases’ I am sorry’ or’ I did a mistake’
Or’ I need help’ or’ I don’t know’.
(p) Lean to show cheerfulness even when you don’t feel like this.
(q) Spend less time in worrying who is right or wrong and more time in deciding what’s right
(r) Never tell anyone that he looks tired depressed or diseased.
(s) Be grateful and obliged for any help done by anybody.
(t) Return borrowed vehicle with patrol tank full.
(u) Don’t discuss salaries.
(v) Arrive at the work early and stay beyond quitting time.
(w) Leave everything a little better then you found it.
(x) Reserve some time exclusively for your family and show them with your words and actions that how much you love them and how much they mean to you
(y) When tempted to criticize, hold your tongue.
(z) Hear both sides before judging.
All these seemingly little thing ---leave a great impact on you and others.
(Tuesday, September 23, 2003)
HARUN bhaiya koi tumi . koto din dekhi na tomake