People have different job positions and sometimes can be snobs and look down on others who don't have the same kind of job. Do you acknowledge toilet cleaners in the workplace or in any other public place?
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HMM. my daughter lives off the grid and has an outhouse, and guess what she cleans that outhouse on a regular basis, it's just not a toilet .
Penny G, WOW, thank you! I did not know outhouses could be actually cleaned. I have always been fascinated with them -even taken pictures of them. I Would love to see you do a hub on that subject. PS: NO insult intended re: my mention of outhouse
Hi Sparklea ''Respecting a toilet cleaner is respecting yourself.'' You are so right thank you for sharing your informative answer.
DDE THANK YOU SO MUCH, I SO APPRECIATE THIS!
I appreciate a toilet cleaner ans since most of us do the same at home it does pay off thank you for such thoughtful answer.
bethperry thank you for sharing your answer
I agree that all people deserve basic respect, but to say that all jobs should be viewed equally is not correct. If a surgeon and toilet cleaner both died, would they leave the same economic gap? You could replace the TC tomorrow, but not the surgeon
I beg to differ Robert. A toilet cleaner is a lot more useful to more people than a rocket scientist, but I still think their contributions to the world should be compared when they die. It is the type of person you are in life that matters.
We each are important in this world each job has to be done. We would be self centered to think we have a more important job than the next person. Look around, that's why we have such a mess on our hands, people not respecting each for their purpose.
Each individual serves a purpose and will be missed in the same way. Thank you
JohnGreasyGamer great thoughts from you thank you
Hi strictlydating thank you
Hi tsmog toilet cleaners deserve respect as everyone else after all they are cleaning up after you. Thank you.
Wow seems everyone might need to work on respect. GIVE IT--GET IT!
Hi cat on a soapbox ''I make a point of acknowledging people and saying "thank you" regardless of the task. On the other point, I would have more respect for a humble laborer than an arrogant professional. I dislike "attitude." Thank you, well said.