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1st May is observed as International Worker’s Day, in some countries, it is also known as the Mayday and a holiday is observed in all the nations. By workers, we mean every kind of labours around, right from the CEO of a company to the sweepers on the street. Both work hard to earn a living for themselves and their family. But sadly, they don’t get equal respect from people around either because of income disparity or personality differentiation.


The world has driven a line between the haves and the have-nots and this issue is glaring with every passing year. For instance, the way you value and respect your manager or co-workers, you don’t do the same with the maid at your home. The reason being your maid is not educated enough or doesn’t hold any such personality that she or he deserves any respect. On the other hand, your manager holds a personality, educated enough which demands a huge (sometimes impractical) respect from your side.


Not to forget ever the fact that everyone is a human being, everyone holds similar emotions when it comes to feelings of good and bad. No work is small, ad every work should be respected as all of them are for the betterment of the society. Everyone is working to contribute some good to the people around. A worker is constructing a building so that the owner can have a place to run his business and likewise the owner is sitting in the chair making complete use of his mind. There’s an effort from both the side and therefore no one is small or no one should be belittled for what they do.


There are times, we see that the rag pickers on the road or the sweepers or the labours at the construction site are not treated well. The owners speak to them in a rash manner which is just not done. If you are educated and well taught by your parents, I hope you never speak that way to roadside labour. They have a life, a story of their own which made them shred their sweat and blood in the heat outside so that they can fetch something for their family. Respect them, and in return you’ll be a bigger person in the eyes of all. That’s what humanity is all about!

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