Thank You/მადლობა

“God gave you a gift of 84,600 seconds today. Have you used one of them to say thank you?”  -William Arthur Ward

I always say thank you to people that do anything for me, doesn’t matter if I pay them or not. I mean, I say thank you to bus driver who gives me change, a taxi driver, seller and etc. That’s how I was raised. I say thank you whenever my grandma makes me a cup of coffee or something to eat.

Today I’m mad at my ex-friend. Whenever she asks me something, I try to do it, despite the fact that she is the reason why we aren’t friends now.

Is it hard to say thank you when someone translates whole article for you?

Is it hard to say thank you when someone writes an article for your finals?

Is it hard to say thank you when someone gives you skis?

I don’t think so. I mean, you are the one who makes fun of me behind my back and I am the one who still loves you as a person. Why wouldn’t you do the least that you can do?

Maybe I’m overreacting, but it is hard for me to overcome the anger. Maybe this is because of our history as a friends.

I know that everyone is raised differently, but we should all know the basic manners like saying thank you,when a person does a good thing for you.

1 thought on “Thank You/მადლობა

  1. You are wonderful. Absolutely agree that people should thank each other no matter how important issues are, we all like to be appreciated, right?

    I think people in Georgia are not very fond of thankyou thing 😀

    So thanks for blogging, you are doing it really well.

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