I’m not sure if I’m supposed to write blogs like this, it feels maybe to self-aware or too self absorbed.
In any case, I’ll get right to it. 162 more words
Every culture in the world has a traditional way of greeting each other. This tends to vary across social groups and often even across ages. For example, a group of teenagers in the USA will probably say “hey” or “what’s up” rather than the more formal “hello.” But if I were listening in on one of my grandmother’s conversations with a friend of hers I’d be far more likely to hear her say “hi.” I wouldn’t go into a job interview and say “hey, how’s it going?” but I would say “hello, how are you?” The way we use language is important to us. 178 more words
“A simple hello could lead to a million things.” -Unknown
Keep this in mind whenever you find yourself wondering about whether or not you should take the time to speak to someone in passing today, whether it could be a stranger or someone who you know. 877 more words