Love Behind A “Thank You”

Hi there! 🙂

How do you say “Thank You” in your mother language? Gracias? Xie xie? Dhanyavaad?

In Indonesian language, it is “Terima Kasih”. The title of this writing (Love Behind A “Thank You”) is related to “Terima Kasih”.

“Terima Kasih” consists of two words “Terima” and “Kasih”. “Terima” means to receive, and “Kasih” means love. So, if you translate any “Thank You” into Indonesiann language, it will be meant “to receive love / receiving love”.

I found “Terima Kasih” is unique. How anyone who say “terima kasih” must realize that someone is doing an action of love toward them, so they should thank for it.

Have you say “thank you” to anybody who already done any action of love toward you? 🙂


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