Given a chance to thank people who have helped us in our life, what do we do? Thank parents for bringing us into this wonderful world and their eternal love, friends for their continuous support and encouragement and the teachers for their noble job of enriching our knowledge. Often, they top the list. But, they are just few among many who help us for survival. They are given higher priority just because they are close to our heart; we meet, talk and spend time together. They overshadow the other bunch of people without whom our daily survival would turn chaotic. Who are they?
Have we ever thought about the hands that cook for us, serve us food, washes our plates, clean the left over? NO!
Have we ever thought about the hands that wash our clothes and iron it? NO!
Have we ever thought about the people who guard us through day and night? NO!
Have we ever thought about the people who clean our surroundings every day? NO!
Have we ever thought about the person who quenches our thirst during exam time? NO!
Isn’t it because of the collective service of these people our lives run smoothly? Have we ever thought about the difficulties these people undergo every day? Do we really care about their working environment? Isn’t their job very hectic and stressful? It is a fallacy to suppose that only IT workers suffer out of stress. Don’t they, the people who cook, serve, wash, guard, and clean deserve special thanks? Their works seem to be of little importance to us for we hardly care to even look at their faces, appreciate and give a warm smile. You don’t thank them? Fine, but never humiliate them! After all, the little things are by far the most important.