On how to behave in public places (continued)
8. Collaborate with your colleagues at work, but without forgetting about your own. “Duty comes first, dedication comes after”.
9. Be thankful for any help you receive, and do not consider it an obligation for the one who gives it to you. Obey your superior’s orders immediately, for it is a duty that ennobles you.
10. When using public transport, be considerate with the elderly; offer them you’re seat when you’re using one.
11. Avoid overcrowding and standing too close to others; if you are not in a hurry, wait for the next vehicle.
12. It is a sign of little class and education to read the newspaper or book of the one sitting next to you.
13. Do not encourage crowding when getting on or off, and don’t forget, no matter how much of a hurry you are in, to give preference to the elderly, and if possible, help them get on or off.
14. Do not converse with a loud voice, drawing attention, as that is typical for common people.
15. Do not smoke when using public transport, for two reasons: because you inconvenience people, and because you could start a fire.