This, ultimately, could never be anything but wise and will likely, lead to greater efficiency.(Gaetz, and Suneeti 589) The authors potential strategies are only feasible if the people expressing the traits are sincere and genuine in those characteristics. Simply put, there are types of people, who when they become the customer or a client, who behave in aggressive, analytical, and expressive ways, not because it is their actual nature, but because that behavior will help them manipulate a given situation. Personally, I think that when one then caters to these behaviors they encourage that behavior to be used again.
This essay relates the story of an elderly relative of the writer and a lesson she learned about “where happiness really comes from.” Can it be found it wealth, popularity, and material possessions, or does it come from somewhere else? The story is very sad. To see an older couple who have lost all ability, apparently, to find any real joy in life or each other, that watching the celebrations of others is their only vicarious option. I think that the lesson offered is a very good one. It is finding joy in the little things that please you, in the small humors; in the subtleties of simple day to day moments is what will keep you, both, happy and young. As a written work this is very poetic in its presentation and flow. I related that the ultimately deteriorating lives of the couple is represented and reflected in the nature of increasing blandness of the meals that the author’s aunt was serving through her years of service. (Gaetz, and Suneeti 586) It is not an uncommon human reality to discover, at some point in our lives, that the things that seemed so important, like having expensive cars, fancy clothing, and money to burn will make us complete and more fulfilled; that these things can only fill your time, but