Commentary
10:36 am
Tue February 25, 2014

The Rippling Impact of a Thank You

In a time when doing things quickly is greatly valued, find out why a few people are slowing down.

Patron leaves note at restaurant, thanking staff for an appreciated meal.
Patron leaves note at restaurant, thanking staff for an appreciated meal.
Credit Huffington Post

As children, most of us are taught to say 'thank you' to anyone who helps us or who does something for us. It's considered polite behavior. Although, in our fast-paced world, many of us forget to express gratitude.

In this segment of WFDD's Real People, Real Stories, Steve Lindsley says he's slowing down to reflect on what he calls 'one of the easiest gifts to share'. According to Lindsley, it takes less than a minute. He and his family recently moved from Mount Airy to Charlotte where Lindsley is Senior Minister at Trinity Presbyterian Church.