Friday, February 14, 2014
It is very common in France when the word 'Bonjour' (generally as 'Hello' in french) is said by the bus driver, the salesperson, or anyone who give services to their client . It shows respect and grateful to the person using their service. And if they don't start it first, their clients will say it without hesitation.
This is not yet the case in Malaysia.
So why don't we try to make it a culture? Say your salam when buying a KTM/LRT ticket or when getting that yummy Zinger Burger at KFC or when you passing through a PLUS toll. It doesn't cost you a cent at all.
Isn't "Assalamualaikum" has a wonderful meaning that we should say it often?
(Pic credit to evacomics)