(This post is the second in a series. The first post in the series is "Caveats & Privilege," which you can read here .) Dear Fellow Business Travelers, Don’t be a jerk. No, I’m serious. Don’t be a jerk. This goes for all travelers, not just the business ones, and not just the ones who are Christian. I do think that being a Christian means acknowledging that all people are children of God. All people are sacredly human. And we are radically equal in terms of our created-ness. Here are a few examples of how to live into that belief that God’s creation is sacred. A flight attendant once told me one of his least favorite things a traveler can do is hold up her or his trash without looking up at the human being collecting said trash. Just because someone is there to serve you (and arguably, flight attendants are there for way more than to serve you) doesn’t mean you get to ignore them. It’s rude. Also, you know enough not to yell at a flight attendant,
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