Point of View
Let’s get something clear. The customer is not always right. Some companies go way beyond providing top notch service to people who without a doubt do not deserve it. Just because you purchase a product or service from a place of business does not mean that company is indebted to you. I’ve even encountered situations where the employee has attempted to calm and diffuse a heated situation, just to have the “client” continue to be a piece of work.
Not only are you making a complete fool out of yourself by behaving that way, you present yourself as someone who thinks they are better than others and guess what you’re not. Politeness doesn’t just come with going into the office; it also applies in daily life. There is nothing wrong with holding a door for a person or assisting someone that you see who needs assistance. Stop waiting to see if someone else is going to do it; just do it. It’s a gratifying feeling to know that your act of kindness puts a smile on someone else’s face.
Remember in God’s eyes we are all made equal; no one person or group is better than the other. So for someone to think that it’s ludicrous and disrespectful. You may be living a better lifestyle than others, but that does not give you the right to frown upon those whose lifestyle falls a bit short. There is no law stating that all people should be polite, however, it’s a rule of common courtesy. It’s a fact that you treat people the same way that you would like to be treated, but in the world we live in so many people fall short of that ideology.
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