Christian love and common courtesy

Someone holds a door open for you. A caller on the telephone asks if it is a convenient time for you to talk. A motorist stops to let you into traffic on a congested road. A salesperson shows genuine interest in helping you find exactly what you are looking for. You clean up the mess you made in the kitchen, instead of leaving it for someone else in the family.

Simple acts of common courtesy—of one person showing consideration toward another person.

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