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Smile, Raising Your Hand and a Small Talk

While being surrounded by strangers struggling with their problems at a public place, say,
in a lift,
in a waiting room,
in a queue at bank, cinema,
or
elsewhere,
we remain silent and make no conversation.
Because we think it to be a bad manner, awkward or challenging.

That is not right. Instead, try with a smile, raising your hand and a small-talk. Talk, may be about anything; say weather, long waiting or just anything like that. I am sure it will not only relieve the tension, but also create a forging bond between humans.

It will lead to our own well-being and we are less likely to be mistreated later.

Why not try?

(Source: Readers' Digest)

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