Let us appreciate a job well done

Most of have seen that epic story of Munnabhai doing his MBBS in his arch-enemy’s college. In that movie, there is a great heart-warming scene, among a plethora of those, in which Munnabhai thanks a sweeper for doing his job with dedication. Munna gives the sweeper a jadoo ki jhappi and brings a smile and contentment in the heart of the old man.

The essence of that scene was to appreciate a person who is committed in doing his job properly. That would give him some motivation to do his job more correctly and provide a sense of job satisfaction. May be it is very filmy, but nevertheless is very important in our lives only that we do not realise its importance in our day-to-day lives.

Let us question ourselves whether we really appreciate anyone wholeheartedly for doing his job properly. We would lose nothing by appreciating the person for doing his job. And if there is some encouragement coming from somewhere to that person, he would feel even more motivated to continue in that same fashion. “He is getting paid to do his job correctly,” some might say but it does not harm anyone to give a word of appreciation for a job well done.
For that matter, any person who is doing a good job, for example doing his duties correctly, lending a helping hand to those in need etc, etc. If you feel that he is doing it properly, offer a word of encouragement, he would continue to do more such service and in turn would inspire many including ourselves to do such things.
All through the life many a person would be waiting for a small bit of appreciation and if  he gets that word he would be motivated to go on and do more service. A small action would end up in making our surroundings a better place to live-in.
Krishna Chaitanya.

About krshychait

A working individual who has a great passion towards arts of India. The literary and cinema field have captured my imagination like no other.

One comment

  1. Priya

    You are right when you “all through a persons life he or she waits for a pat on the back” That way the western world tries to create an egalitarian society.

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