Doing the right thing is a saying we use to use when someone came through with honesty, extra help beyond what was expected, with no compensation.
It's something you may or may not see around much unless you really look. It's what the younger set these days would say would be 'old fashioned'. Yet, for me, and people like me, doing the right thing is a perennial - meaning it never dies or goes out of fashion. Like opening or holding a door for your loved one. That's an example of 'doing the right thing', that goes a long way for the one you are holding the door for. And our response will be 'Thank you.'
I believe in upholding integrity, ethics and doing the right thing when it comes to serving - serving my clients, helping my students, and living the life of an officiant. I value those things.
See if this month you can seek out those places and people who 'do the right thing' when it comes down the line to show up - in customer service, in general courtesies, in being helpful. I bet you'll find them in the most unlikely places and maybe, just maybe, doing the right thing will be trendy again.
Serving Berks, Montgomery & Lehigh Counties of Pennsylvania
Ordained Wedding Officiant Paula Mari Tepedino
Ordained Non-denominational Wedding Officiant in Berks, Montgomery & Lehigh Counties