Recently, a photo of two Pos Malaysia workers breaking fast went viral online.
What many didn’t know was that it told a touching story of the reality that these hardworking individuals face as they sacrifice their family time to get the job done.
Initially posted by Norbaidura Shafie, the comment wrote,
“Yesterday I invited them to break fast with us. They were tired but they have not finish delievering all the mail yet as both of them were working overtime to prepare for the upcoming raya.”
This picture was later shared again by Iskandar Muadz, who requested all Malaysians out there waiting for their mail or packages to arrive to be patient as our Pos Malaysia workers are not robots.
He also asked everyone to be more considerate of the effort that they put in to serve us, especially during Ramadan and the upcoming Hari Raya.
Kudos to our hardworking deliverymen, no matter from which company, they would always try their best to ensure our mail and packages reach us on time. During the fasting month, let’s be more considerate and share our happiness with them because we don’t know the struggles that they have to go through.
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