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Habits don't die easily. If you take out the letter 'h' from 'habit', a bit remains. If you take out 'ha' bit remains and when you take out 'hab' still 'it' remains. Therefore, cultivating a good habit of saving money would always keep the cash bells ringing .
In contrast, having good social values is also equally important.If a person cares , shares and understands the pathos of others, he or she will be considered as
the most wonderful human being living in earth.
Life is full of surprises and compromises!
I am a person who had consciously cultivated savings habit. I had started savings formally by using 'saving stamps' from post office in my school days itself. Then pooling all that I opened a post office saving account immediately when I was eligible for that. My savings habit only has helped me al these days. Though now I need not save, I do save money still.
Regarding the habit of 'getting into good books of others', I do not act deliberately in that direction and can admit that I am very poor in that. But I see that I am normally polite, civil and courteous to all I interact with.