It's been a month since summer geared up and to be honest I never felt how egregious the climate is these days until now. My day would start waking up in an air conditioning room, then stepping out in an air conditioning car and an air conditioning workplace and the chain revved. Although, it was all until now.
Today morning when I realised my car had a flat tyre and the spare was haywire as well I had no alternative except using public transport. When I stepped out of my house and walked around a hundred meters in order to get my 'ola' I realised how hard it is to survive this audacious heat. And there are many, many people who determinedly work under this sun so that we get no chance to complain.
Shopkeepers, drivers, salesmen, labours, etc. Oh, farmers I forgot because they are utmost valuable. All these people does their respective tasks combining the routine of your successful day.
You must be thinking it's a hoax of me to say that. I mean like how? How does a driver works for you? Of course, he works for his own bread and butter but wait. What if you are a mediocre citizen and rely upon public transport for every day work and all public drivers take a break one day simultaneously going for a strike with an excuse that it's incorrigible hot outside? Now what? Yeah, you can visualise.
"So, just do one thing. Respect everyone, irrespective of what they do, who they are and what their qualifications are. They do what you aren't capable of and you do what I ain't capable of. Rather than treating them as untouchables, "RESPECT"