Are You Cleaning the Mess?

The one who cleans the mess often knows the nuances of keeping things the right way.

The other day, one of my brothers came to my apartment to spend some time with me. We were eating something and after we were done eating, he put the used utensils in the kitchen sink. So far so good. The maid will come in the morning to clean the utensils. But then he left the utensils just like that without sprinkling any clean water over them.

I have observed this as a habit in us many of us. We leave the used utensils in the kitchen sink without sprinkling them with clean water immediately after use. This usually happens if we ourselves have never cleaned the utensils before.

If one has cleaned the utensils themselves, chances are they know how easy or hard it is to clean them, especially when all the stains are left in them after lying for hours in the kitchen sink, thus making them more inclined to sprinkle the utensils with clean water immediately after use.

The one who cleans the mess often knows the nuances of keeping things the right way.

If you have seen your car getting serviced and repaired chances are you’ll maintain your car better. If you understand the process of paper production chances are you are less inclined to wasting paper. Education helps a lot in this regard. So does experience.

Knowing things from their nuances is always good. We tend to keep things the right way when we know the effort it takes to clean the mess.