Here’s what’s cool: Writing ‘thank you’ notes, learning and using people’s names, and showing up on time. (Warren Buffett, investor and philanthropist)
These are three of the ten items that Buffett lists as “what’s cool.” You might think that a wealthy businessman would think more of practiced business principles than simple matters of courtesy. But these are principles we all should practice, showing gratitude and concern for other people and their interests.
Those who refresh others will themselves be refreshed (Proverbs 11:25). Wisdom from above is . . . peace loving, gentle at all times, and willing to yield to others (James 3:17).