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[Col 3:23 (ISV) ] “Whatever you do, work at it wholeheartedly as though you were doing it for the Lord and not merely for people.”
Some “trötrö mates” (commercial bus conductors) are so caring and professional. I have seen the daily operational activities of most bus conductors, but in the early hours of today, I spotted one who displayed some professionalism and care in his work. He alighted and approached a prospective passenger to help him with his luggage, waited for the passenger to get on the bus, and gently handed over the luggage to him. The luggage didn’t look very bulky and heavy though.
From a different perspective, this act may be seen as a marketing strategy. Cool, yet it’s still professional and caring, in the field of work in question.
Today, seek out to be professional in your work, and care for others by helping them. Your ‘little’ help might go a long way to correct a certain false perception one may have about others. It may perhaps spark up a certain dormant hope of the ability of God to send helpers one’s way. The list could go on and on.
Just do whatever you do as though you were doing it for God. Remember, man was made in His image.
Just decide to Stand Out!