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donniemdonniem Posts: 5,764 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate


National Common Courtesy Day on March 21st serves as a reminder of the behavior that keeps society from melting into a sea of madness. In addition, the day brings awareness to how crucial common courtesy is in our lives and provides examples to help us improve.

In the Merriam-Webster dictionary, courtesy is described as a: behavior marked by polished manners or respect for others: courteous behavior b: a courteous and respectful act or expression.

Common courtesy can be as simple as saying “please” and “thank you” when asking for and receiving a service, gift, or assistance. Kindness and courtesy go a long way and are noticed by others even if you do not realize it. Letting someone in front of you in traffic is easy. Hold open a door for someone or give a person a hand with his groceries. Give up your seat on the bus to someone who might need it. Introduce yourself to the new employee or kid at school and take the time to introduce them to the rest of the crew. 

A polite enemy is just as difficult to discredit, as a rude friend is to protect. – Bryant H. McGill

These examples provide a glimpse into how you can infuse courtesy into your life. Momentary deeds of courtesy may be incremental, but they might make a huge difference in someone’s life.

HOW TO OBSERVE #CommonCourtesyDay

  • If common courtesy is not a part of your daily routine, make Common Courtesy Day your opportunity for change.
  • Start implementing courtesy into your life.
  • Try it; not only will others appreciate it, but you will feel good about it, too.
  • Show your appreciation for the common courtesy you experience.
  • Use #CommonCourtesyDay to post on social media.

Something to think about.


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    truepingtrueping Posts: 360 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    I thought that was everyday!!!

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