BY Pearl Nash
You may not even be aware of how appreciated your courtesy toward others is.
When we really appreciate the things that others do for us, it even makes us more humble.
You enjoy watching people shine. It isn’t threatening or unnerving to you.
You hate to be late because it feels rude. So when you make an appointment, you strive to keep it.
You dress in a way that is tasteful to you and leaves you feeling empowered.
You may not realize you’re exuding class through your body language, because this way of carrying yourself comes so naturally to you.
You are well-read, curious, and you want to learn. You see it as an important part of life to develop and progress.
When something doesn’t quite go to plan, you stay mindful of always remaining decent.
You recognize that there is a time and a place for everything. And what’s more, an appropriate way of handling something.
You avoid excessive boasting or bragging. You don’t engage in more subtle attention-seeking behavior either.
You prefer not to lose total control of your senses. So you know your limits and you stick to them.
Showing class is far less about the bling lifestyle and far more about humble gestures of decency.
When you can take a compliment, you show that you know your own worth and value.
You take for granted how your mindset keeps you from getting caught up in pointless strife.
It’s not that you shy away from letting your thoughts, feelings, and wishes be known. It’s more that you understand how we communicate with others is important.