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Do people understand a lot by looking at any small thing?

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Small things, with a hint of something much bigger.

1. From a shopping mall employee, to a hotel waiter, to an auto driver, to a rickshaw driver, to a shopkeeper sitting on the sidewalk, how one speaks, one can understand a lot about his education, politeness.

Thanks to his acquaintance with me, his courteous and sweet demeanor, he could not say the last word about him.

2. The dress, the style or type of costume, conveys a message about his tastes.

3. A lot of times we say, my college, my office, and so on. Here I and we, these two applications, reflect his mental state.

4. When buying a medicine from a pharmacy, in particular, over-the-counter medicine, which does not require a prescription, when the store employee, after knowing that the medicine has validity, and before giving it to the customer, turns his eyes towards the expiry date, his sense of responsibility. Understood about.

5. It is also seen that when taking an injection in case of any need, the person who comes to give the injection says, "Nothing, nothing, it will hurt less than an ant bite, you will not feel it at all."

And I have noticed that the one who comes to give the injection, the one who is afraid to take the injection, the one who is not afraid, wants to reassure both of them a little, in his natural way, to say the words.

It is a very small thing, but I cannot deny the sympathy of the one who does it.

. A lot can be understood by looking at the type of eating.

The one who eats very fast is said to be desperate to reach his goal quickly, the one who eats slowly and healthy is the one who is inclined to make a very thoughtful decision.

. The first person who, stopping by asking someone else's name Dham, is interested in a normal relationship.

But, who, despite asking the name Dham, is interested in searching for ancestral birthplace, house or flat, how many flats in housing, when was bought, how many square feet, how much fell, he is interested in a detailed analysis of relationship building.

. Looking at the type of walking, a lot can be understood.

A gentleman came to our neighborhood with a new house. His walking style, much rhythmic. Much like the kind of girls walk. (There are slight changes in the way boys and girls walk).

Let's go to his house to save the invitation on the day of entering the house, we found out in the context of the introduction episode, he is a dancer by profession.

Professional influences and the type of walking, though not universal, may be reflected in some cases.

9. Coin Fault: The habit of biting your nails with your teeth while talking, speaking, or in silence.

Health is not a habit.

But, if someone does that, it is said, he is not willing to share his thoughts or plans with others, and he, trying to be perfect in everything, or can be called, perfectionist.

10. Mobile pattern lock. This is a security measure. Some people do pattern lock simply, some very complexly.

The one who does it very simply, it is said, is sure to have full confidence in others. The one who makes the pattern opening pattern very complicated, even if he relies on others, does not feel full certainty and relies on someone, is keen to have an alternative arrangement ready.

11. Many times we call the wrong number. When I realized it was the wrong number, I hung up.

A lot of times, I say, wrong or sorry, wrong. This is a normal, courtesy. But, when someone from the other side says, OK, or it's alright, it means that courtesy, politeness is very important in life.

12. When going somewhere far away, arriving at the airport or railway station, getting off the cab or autorickshaw, thanking the cab or auto driver, in response, he also thanked. That is from etiquette, courtesy.

But, in response to the thank-you note, when a completely unfamiliar cab, auto driver, says thank you, puts it all over the back, "Sahi salamat pahun yaaye", then by myself both my hands, for his purpose, come up to his forehead. Because, to me, he is benevolent to others.

13. I have noticed this many times, if you go to someone's house, if there is a child in that house, maybe he goes to nursery school, the child's mother, father, then call that child and say, "Listen to a rhyme or poem."

The child, perhaps unwillingly, may be embarrassed to see a stranger. Mom, Dad, keep saying, "Listen, Uncle, listen to the song, I'll give you chocolates." But, the child is not agreeing. Then, they (mother, father) say to the child, "Listen to the poem, or I'll kill you."

In fear, in fear, maybe the child somehow hears the poem, escapes from there, in a way, this danger is because I can say the poem, I will never hear the poem, the song, all this at home.

Understandably, the child's guardian, the child's mind, ultimately fails.

Why do they do that?

14. Many are forced to add English words to their Bengali words in order not to study in Bengali.

However, it is also seen that many people know Bengali well and there is no difficulty in understanding Bengali with the person they are talking to, even though they know it, they speak Bengali occasionally, in English.

I am talking about all the situations where between two Bengali-speaking people, excuses, disputes, quarrels, arguments, difficult, difficult, English words are incarnated.

This implies that he nurtures in his heart a latent desire to assert himself.

15. If you go to the fish market and see someone swinging, swaying, looking at different kinds of fish, in the middle of bargaining, all of a sudden he is rushing to the other side of the market, even if someone falls in front of him, almost pushing him, running to the other side. It is understood that he is a Bengali.

How? Because, being sold there,

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