- performing a service that makes a difference in your community
- filling out the "How was the service?" card
- The highest service we can perform for others is to help them help themselves.
- mutually exchanging knowledge, kindness, service, celebration
- asking 'how can I be of service?'
- Consciously or unconsciously, every one of us does render some service or other. If we cultivate the habit of doing the service deliberately, our desire for service will steadily grow stronger, and will make, not only for our own happiness, but that of the world at large.
- Gratitude is a state of mind, not merely a passing response like a sneeze or a smile. This means that it's never too late to mention how appreciative you are of a gift or a service - even if you forgot to send a thank-you card and several months have now passed.
- Be silent as to services you have rendered, but speak of favors you have received. (Seneca)
- a really helpful person in customer service who solves your problem
- room service brought on a cart
- the service we give others is the rent we pay for our room on earth
- settling into a small hotel, where the service is silent and prescient and comfort is tucked around you like a well-fluffed pillow
- a we-try-harder approach to service
- high schools that require community service
- service with a smile
- leaving a good tip for good service
- writing a letter to a person's supervisor when you get great service
- Do your work with an attitude of service. You may want to add a volunteer or service-oriented practice to your life. Even with "regular" work your attitude of service can transform the work into a spiritual practice.
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