On saying please by alpha of the plough

On the other hand the liftman, who was not allowed to express his anger, would go home and beat his wife to restore the equilibrium. This was a very trying situation for him because in this situation no one believes that the money has been accidentally misplaced. And whatever our sympathy with the lift-man, we must admit that the law is reasonable.

For example if we are attacked physically or if our property is damaged, we can retaliate with the same amount of wrath and the law will protect us. No law allows us to kick back the person who misbehaves with us. This is why wars had a negative impact on human history. So, no law can be feasible for keeping us civil and humane, only the tradition and humanity can ask us to do so.

Similarly we should avoid bad manners because bad manners spread very quickly. But all the same the law cannot become the guardian of our private manners. Some people are more tolerant but some are less. The liftman was punished because he broke a definite command of law by hitting the customer.

Societies devise some civilized ways to give vent to any resentment. Once the writer forgot his purse at home but the conductor gave him ticket happily with a smiling face.

His uniqueness lay in his ability to teach the basic truths of life in an easy and amusing manner. Bad as well as good manners create a chain of reactions. Small words of courtesy make the wheel of life greasy. Moreover the writer wants to tell us that there is no law that can compel people, to have good manners.

On Saying Please

We should adopt the ways of courtesy and civility to spread smiles on faces of all those who live around us. A good mannered person will find that his work becomes e person will find that his work becomes easier by the ready co-operation that he gets from others.

The author also gives the example of a bus conductors who shows good manners and keeps his passengers happy. Invited to choose the name of a star as a pseudonym he chose the name of the brightest alpha star in the constellation " the Plough.

The writer presents an incident from a city office where a liftman threw out a person who insulted him by treating him as a social inferior. For example if we are attacked physically or if our property is damaged, we can retaliate with the same amount of wrath and the law will protect us.

I fancy the public owes much to the Underground Railway Company, which also runs the buses, for insisting on a certain standard of civility in its servants and taking care that that standard is observed.

He was rude because his employer had misbehaved with him. How can good manners affect our social life? On the other hand the liftman, who was not allowed to express his anger, would go home and beat his wife to restore the equilibrium.

Alfred George Gardiner

No law can force people to be well mannered. It was only a question of "please". By this discriminating title, I do not intend to suggest a rebuke to conductors generally. But if we are threatened with physical violence, the law permits us some liberty of action.

What is the theme of this essay? Bad manners are not a legal crime. The writer was very impressed. If we are behaved well,we behave nicely with others,but if we are misbehaved, our attitude becomes rough with others. But what is of misconduct and bad manners. The writer says that he is not ashamed of writing a panegyric to an unknown bus conductor because the wisdom of life can be achieved from anywhere.

The writer conceives that the customer behaved rudely because his employer did not greet him and the employer was uncivil because he had been hen-pecked by his wife to whom the cook had been insolent because the housemaid had answered the cook back.

A person should be civil in his dealings with others. There is no allowance for moral and intellectual damages in these matters.

Alfred George Gardiner

The individual is the unit of society and if the unit is going wayward the whole society will be doomed to disturbance.Alfred George Gardiner (–), a British journalist and author, is highly regarded in the literary arena. From he contributed to The Star under the pseudonym (pen name) Alpha of the Plough.

From he contributed to The Star under the pseudonym (pen name) Alpha of the Plough. At the time, The Star had several anonymous essayists whose pseudonyms were the names of stars. Invited to choose the name of a star as a pseudonym he chose the name of the brightest (alpha) star in the constellation ‘the Plough’.

Alfred George Gardiner (–) was a British journalist, editor and author. His essays, written under the pen-name Alpha of the Plough, are highly regarded.

[1] He was also Chairman of the National Anti-Sweating League, an advocacy group which campaigned for a minimum wage in industry. A. G. Gardiner - On Saying Please Alfred George Gardiner (–), a British journalist and author, is highly regarded in the literary arena.

From he contributed to The Star under the pseudonym (pen name) Alpha of the Plough. "On saying please" is an apt commentary on the mannerism of people in the society.

The writer wants people to be civil and courteous. The world is a place where, we have to live with a lot of different people who have different attitudes, different manners, traditions and mentalities.

"On saying please" is an apt commentary on the mannerism of people in the society. The writer wants people to be civil and courteous.

The world is a place where, we have to live with a lot of different people who have different .

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