Serve To Build Hospitality
Every time I stop by the angkringan warung, I find the same situation. There are sellers and buyers. The seller always serves the buyer, then the buyer asks the seller what he wants. - But the seller has more work. He has to make a buyer's order then wash the dishes and glasses, then make sure the water is hot; sugar; brown sugar and food available continuously ... and much more. Even the bustle had occurred long before the angkringan warung was opened. So when the buyer comes, everything is ready. - Maybe this has the same spirit as other stalls, even with big restaurants. - All is not as easy as seen by the eye and "sruput" hot ginger. - By serving, sellers can establish friendships with those served. In my opinion this can provide satisfaction that cannot be provided by personal interests. So when the seller receives money from the buyer, he feels happy because he can build relationships, build relationships and friendship. Very nice. - As humans as social creatures it is not possible to live alone, because we will always need the help of others.