My husband and his sons rented a salt water fishing boat for the day off the Texas coast. The captain took their money but griped about the cold, rainy weather the whole time they were out fishing. He wanted to cut the fishing trip short and said so. My men ignored him and enjoyed their day, returning with stories about the grumpy captain, the fish they almost caught, and how their dad kept tossing his cookies over the side of the boat for the majority of the time.
Why do people work at jobs where they do not like what they do and do not like their clients?
I have known teachers who hate children, doctors who turn their noses at their sick patients, and sales clerks who get upset when a customer asks for help.
My advice to all these unhappy people: quit your job and go find one that fits your personality. And good luck.
Captain Ahab took the money when my men went fishing. At the price they paid for his service, it should have come with a smile. All those teachers who emulate Professor Umbridge as their patron saint should return their teacher retirement checks, and any medical professional with a Dr. Jekyll bedside manner should worry about the day the tables turn and they need the service their clients provide.
Moral of the story/blog: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.