Every one of us remembers how he/she was taught to say â€œthank youâ€.
Not that we didnâ€™t know how to say it, but in a moment of happiness we (the kids) thought that our happiness is the â€œthank youâ€ which must be heard.
O, we were so wrongâ€¦
Then we learn the â€œthank youâ€ words, and the thankfulness became word.
Now we are grown people and we always say â€œtank youâ€.
It does not matter that people donâ€™t see it; it is important to hear it (or to read it).
Iâ€™ll never forget:
â€œWhat do you have to say nowâ€¦?â€
â€œNikolay, w h a t do YOU say now!!!â€ â€“ no question hereâ€¦
Oh, these old people! They could never see the thankfulness. Like blindâ€¦ they need to hear it.
And then I would go to all my friends to tell them what I got from that good man, who is visiting our family.
Now itâ€™s simpler: â€œThank you!â€
And you can even forget.
My wife always says that Iâ€™ll never grow up.
I hope that she is right.
Thank You, Andy.
I mean it 🙂