Google’s Ex-MD Narrates What A Kind Cab Driver Did When He Forgot To Pay Him & Walked Off

In our culture, ‘Atithi Devo Bhava’ or ‘A guest is akin to God’ holds immense value. Hence, we treat our guests with the utmost respect, feed them delicious food and often ask them to spend the night at our house. Even those who come to visit our country from foreign lands are, more often than not, met with kind-hearted people who go out of their way to make their stay comfortable and memorable.

Similarly, Parminder Singh, who is the ex-MD of Google, took to Twitter to share the story of his kind cab driver. The driver had dropped them at the Delhi Airport and they forgot to pay him. However, when Singh realised this later, he desperately called the cab driver and asked him how he would pay him.

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To this, the cab driver said, “Koi baat nahi, phir kabhi aa jayenge”. This roughly translates to, “Don’t worry. Pay me next time you come.” The man had realized that Singh doesn’t live in Delhi.

“We eventually paid him and learnt decency exists,” Singh wrote. Have a look at his tweet here:

Upon reading this, several other people took to the comments section to narrate similar tales of public transport drivers who made their journeys memorable. Some claimed that kindness is infectious and that it goes around the world in a loop. Have a look:

This makes me so proud of the people of our country!

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