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Beggars Pray A Lot

Even if we don’t give the beggar anything, they pray for our prosperity, creating a spillover effect on themselves. They understand the power of positive words, good intentions and faith.

If companies realize that caring for customers and clients at all times ensures long-term relations and repeat business, they will pay more attention to the prosperity of their employees and customers, instead of the shareholders.


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