How do you deal with knowledge that does not have much influence in your life? Do you always take the time to be nice or just pass? This article on Facebook by US Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Ben Carson, is an excellent example of what can happen.
A woman worked in a meat factory. One day, when she had finished her work schedule, she entered the meat-freezing room to inspect something, but at an unfortunate moment, the door closed and she was in sight without help.
Although she screamed and hit with all her might, her screams were unheard of, no one could hear her. Most of the workers had already left and outside the cold room, it was impossible to hear what was going on inside.
Five hours later, shortly before his death, the factory guard finally opened the door.
She was miraculously saved from death that day.
Later, when she asked the security guard how he had come to open the door, which was not his usual work routine.
His statement: “I have been working in this factory for 35 years, hundreds of workers come in and go out every day, but you are one of the few to greet me in the morning and say goodbye every night when you leave Many people treat me as if I were invisible.
Today, as you pointed out at work, you greeted me like every other day with your simple “hello”. But tonight, after hours of work, I noticed with curiosity that I had not heard your “goodbye, see you tomorrow”.
So I decided to look around the factory. I am happy every day on “hello” and “goodbye” because they remind me that I am someone.
When I did not hear your farewell today, I knew something had happened. That’s why I looked for you everywhere. ”
Be humble, love and respect the people around you. Try to make an impact on people who cross your path every day. You never know what tomorrow will look like.
It’s a great lesson for everyone. Hope this does not need to be embedded in a freezer. Okay? Send it.
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