Live In-Between Right and Wrong – By Kathryn Eriksen
I was waiting in line at the Post Office yesterday, when I heard loud voices on the other side of the glass doors. Someone was angry and expressing it in a loud voice that demanded attention.
Everyone standing in line raised their eyebrows or shook their heads. Suddenly, the glass doors flew opened and a young man stormed inside and demanded to see the supervisor.
Sally (OK, so I know her name…I am in there a lot) said in her most professional voice,
“I’m sorry sir. But you were already speaking to the supervisor.”
Silence for half a heartbeat.
Instead of beating a hasty retreat, Angry Man decided to notch it up one step further.
“Then I want to see his supervisor!”
To her credit, Sally retained her poise. Everyone else in line was slightly appalled by Angry Man, but of course, no one said anything. As Sally left her…
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