It's My Pleasure
The traffic rules of California expresses that pedestrians using dog guides or white canes with or without a red tip must be given the right-of-way at all times. Also I was surprised there are many parking lots for physically handicapped people at parks or shopping malls. I couldn't suppress a grunt of admiration when I saw no one parked their car at parking lots for a physically handicapped people; however, there was no room to park.
I guess Americans look after a person who is weaker than them.
I saw someone who got into a bus with a wheelchair. The driver of the bus helped the person into it with a big lift. The passengers of the bus and all drivers were waiting kept cool. On the contrary, they looked pleased. They were proud of themselves as they could be waiting.
I had thought about kindness before. Why are people kind to other people? For themselves?
I think the reason why they do kindness for other people is they do it for themselves to let out the emotion from their mind. And they want to feel purified.
I guess Americans think a great deal of their mind. They are able to pride themselves so can wait for other people and can do a good deed. They can feel pleasure from doing a good conduct.
For that reason their faces are beaming with smiles toward somebody's "Thank you" and smile which are return gifts from their kindness.
"It's my pleasure."
I think these are nice sounding words.