GOOD MANNERS Good Manners plays “significant role in our life. Learning good manners should be done easily in life it costs nothing only effort is needed. Good manners attract others. Good manners and courtesy have an impact. It builds one’s reputation as k person grows up. A person without good manners remains a least and is kept at arm’s length, a person who is polite and considerate becomes popular. Good manners come from parents; these could also be learnt by following good teachers and elders. Good mannered children bring credit to the family and are welcome everywhere. Children can learn a lot from good schools and good company. Good manners need to be cultivated. How a child speaks, how it conducts itself, how it respects elders all these commit. A child looks a lot better if it has good manners. Life stories of great men tell us about geniuses, and how humble and simple they have been. A child with good conduct not only brings credit to the family but also to the school he studies in. Words and phrases like “I am sorry” “please” “Kindly” “Thank You”, “Sir”, Madam”, I beg your Pardon” should be used often. Especially, one should be on the lookout where one could help... read more
GOOD MANNERS Manners make the character of a man. A man of good manners is a man of good character. Good manners spring from the heart. One needs to exercise self control in order to learn good manners. The man who is polite, sweet tempered and soft spoken is liked by everybody. People respect those who know how to behave in society. By being courteous and well – behaved, a man may win lasting friendship with noble people. Good manners convert even the ugly faced to things of beauty. When you do something wrong, say sorry to the man whom you have hurt. Similarly, if somebody does you a favour, you must thank him for that. Thus good manners bring handsome rewards to everybody.
GOOD MANNERS If a man is a bundle of habits, a gentle man is a bundle of manners. As in the Middle Ages in Europe, the highest glory of man was to call himself a Christian. So in the twentieth century the highest tribute that can be paid to a man is calling him a gentle man. A man of good manners is an ornament, but a rude man is a plague to society. Manners are the ornaments of actions. They way of speaking a kind word or of doing a kind thing early enhances the value of manners. Good manners have always been the hall-mark of noble souls. Christ washed the feet of his disciples and Krishna washed the feet of his Brahmin guests. George Washington took his hat off to a Negro who saluted him. A friend of him reprimanded him for showing so much regard to a Negro as to take his hat to him. But he replied that he could not allow a Negro to surpass him in good manners. Good manners are indispensible to all. They are better possession than wealth, beauty or talent. Civility of speech and action is the only thing required of man. A French woman went to the length of... read more
GOOD MANNERS The word manner means ‘polite social behaviour’. One should always have good manners. A person is known by his manners. Everybody likes a well-mannered person. A bad-mannered person is discarded. To achieve calm and comfort in life, we ought to have good manners that may provide a smooth sailing to our social life. Good manner consists of showing the consideration and respect for the feelings of others. We should never hurt a person’s feelings knowingly. Politeness, sympathy, kindness and obeying the laws of the society fall under the purview of good manners. A well-mannered person never does things that are not likes by others. He is very tolerant. He never minds small inconvenience or bitterness. He is always cheerful. He is always well dressed. He never forgets the words like ‘please’ and ‘thank you’. A well-mannered person proceeds on the path of courtesies, which are sound investment for all of us. Good manners smoothen our lives and keep the machine of our life going. In order to achieve success and popularity in our life we should adopt good manners. Those who are selfish, rude, rough and vulgar are disliked by all. They are looked with hatred and are condemned by all. We should therefore try to cultivate... read more