Let us say ‘Thank you’ more often

Please read this Daily Mail report about an adorable little boy who refused to leave Pope Francis. (Please click on Daily Mail.)

It was one thing he didn’t know that they were being watched by so many people.

It was another thing that he was treated so patiently and lovingly by Pope Francis.

The report says, “ In his speech, the 76-year-old Pope said people should say ‘thank you’ more often …”

Let us all follow the advice of the loving and loveable Pope Francis.

Let us say ‘Thank you’ more often.

This post is a part of Write Over the Weekend, an initiative for Indian Bloggers by BlogAdda. (Prompt: the post must contain, ‘One thing he/she/they didn’t know that they were being watched.’.)

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27 thoughts on “Let us say ‘Thank you’ more often

  1. 🙂 that was sweet…children are the ones who are capable of doing exactly what they want without worrying about what others think. With a clear conscience and finding happiness in simple things..they csn teach us adults a lot 🙂 ‘thank you’ for sharing..

    • Having studied in a school run by Jesuit priests, I was thrilled that, finally, a Jesuit was made Pope.

      Any report about Pope Francis is bound to be heartwarming. He’s so natural, free of airs!

  2. The innocence of a child is endearing. Thank you are two simple words that most people forget to use in their busy lives.

  3. The video is on all the news channels here in the US. And yes, recognizing and acknowledging when someone has done something for you is important. So let me start by saying “Thank You” for reminding us.

  4. That was such a beautiful post linking to a nice heartwarming incident as well. Loved how you used the Wow prompt to link up to the article 😀 Once again, operating within the core competency of your blog posts, I see 🙂

  5. Yes, it is one thing we should say more often if not anything else. I am touched by the story but somehow this piece is not creating the effect, instead of making people go to the report, if you adopted some narration on your own and described it, probably it would have been a better reading experience.

  6. That was really cute! And yes, ‘Thank you’ and ‘Sorry’ are golden words that can just save a huge lot of us from unfavorable situations. Thanks for sharing this! 🙂

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