The story had a beautiful ending: the rich man decided not to buy the piece of land….

Recently I saw an interesting ad about a rich man who wants to buy a prime piece of land, situated in the middle of a busy city. He visited a 20-year-old restaurant on the piece of land, asking the owner to sell her plot to him.

Patrons of the restaurant are everyday citizens: delivery worker, students, and small families. The food here is fresh and affordable. The restaurant even offers free side dishes. The rich man had a meal here that cost him only 35 Thai Bhat—what an unprofitable business model, he thought. However, the restaurant owner showed him that money can buy many things, but not love and care.

The story had a beautiful ending: the rich man decided not to buy the piece of land, as he understood just how precious it is that people can get together and enjoy a happy moment in the restaurant.

I love this ad, as the message is similar to my philosophy. Instead of being calculative, I want to help others as much as possible. Kindness and love brings a warmth that money can’t buy.

In both my private and professional life, I insist on putting people first. As a business owner, I not only have to generate profit and fulfil my duty to shareholders; I also must be conscious about my duty to give back to society.

In my personal life, I am thankful for what society has allowed me to enjoy. Whenever possible, I want to help others in need, so this world can be filled with kindness and care.

There are no acts of kindness too small. As long as you have a sincere heart, any form of help is precious to those who receive it. Happiness can’t be measured by money, but you can enjoy it when your heart is in the right place.

I am often moved by unsung heroes among us, who contribute without expecting returns. People such as the restaurant owner in the ad, while not rich, who are willing to help others—they deserve all my respect.

I believe in “life inspiring life”. If we can all act in kindness, and spread love around us no matter how small the gesture, our society will be a much better place.

 

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最近看到一则很有趣的广告,讲述一名富翁想买下一块大楼林立、交通繁忙的黄金地皮,于是亲自来到某大楼企图说服大楼其中一名买家常菜超过20年的店主阿姨将她的店卖给他。

光顾阿姨的食店的都是市井小民,有送货员、学生、打工族、小家庭,阿姨卖的食物食材新鲜,价格实惠,她还经常给食客送上免费的小吃,而富翁的用餐费仅仅35泰铢,于是阿姨的生意模式让富翁非常不以为然,认为她做着赔本生意,而阿姨则用35泰铢就让富翁明白,钱固然能买到许多东西,但却买不到人情味与爱。

故事的结局很美好,富翁打消了买下这块土地的念头,并深深的体会到人与人之间那份紧密的互动是多么的真挚与温暖。

我很喜欢这个广告,看到店主阿姨的经营原则,让我想起经营满星云这一路走来的点点滴滴。

创立满星云的初衷是为了面向大众,服务大众,并与大众共享资源,推动以人为本的企业,在创造利润之余,也竭尽所能的回馈社会。

“取自社会,回馈社会” ,在创办满星云时,给企业立下了这个宗旨,多年来,时刻鞭策自己,不忘初衷,秉持“助人为本”的精神,希望藉由一份互助的爱,让人与人之间的互动更真挚。

这个广告也透露了一个讯息,助人之心不分大小,只要心怀善感,任何一种形式的帮助都是珍贵的,而幸福更是无法以金钱衡量,但只要用心,幸福就在我们的身边。

很多时候,社会上那些小人物、无名氏的贡献都让人十分感动,如同广告中的店主阿姨,生活尽管不富裕,也愿意以自己的方式,默默的帮助其他人,所以我很敬佩他们。

善心从来不分大小,愿每一个人都能心怀感恩,传达善意、传达爱,用生命影响生命,用爱影响身边的人,让我们的社会充满温暖!