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“I say thank you to the cashier at the coffee shop. I say thank you to the stranger who holds the door open for me at a restaurant. I say thank you to my wife and my 5-year-old daughter several times a day. “In The Atlantic, Deepak Singh explains that saying thank you in India can be insulting: “I’ve Never Thanked My Parents for Anything.” (Hmm, maybe my kids are from India…)

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