Francis Gay tells the following story in "The Friendship Book":
"As the bus slowed down at the crowded bus stop, the Pakistani bus conductor leaned from the platform and called out, 'Six only!' The bus stopped. He counted on six passengers, rang the bell, and then, as the bus moved off, called to those left behind: 'So sorry, plenty of room in my heart - but the bus is full.' He left behind a row of smiling faces. It’s not what you do, it’s the way that you do it."
In life, people simply need to know that we care about them, their needs, their feelings, and their aspirations. What we do will never be more important than how we do it. If we are given a task, and we do it grumbling and complaining, we have not done the task well. If we, however, do it with cheer and a good heart, we have done the task very well. No matter how difficult the task or how inadequate we may feel to do it, we can do what we do to the best of our ability with enthusiasm and joy.