Re: A Polite Request #general


Jx. Gx.
 

Marilyn Robinson is right and Barry Clark makes a good point on this topic.  If someone goes out of their way to help you it is only proper that you reciprocate with a "Thank You."  Because the moderator is likely to block personal acknowledgments that don't assist the community, it is best to send those notices privately. Good manners are a universal trait. It doesn't matter what one's native language is.  "Thank you" and "please" are spoken in every language.

Jeffrey Gee
Arizona

Moderator note: Jeffrey is correct, if a message just says “thanks” or “thank you” the message should go back directly to the individual as opposed to the entire Discussion Group Members

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