"The bill was $2200 and I paid $4000. How can that not be paying it in full?"
"Well, when is the new company going to take over? Because you guys are doing an awful job. Is there someone I can call and complain to?"
"And your name?"
"Okay, you all could stand to work on your customer service as well, because your attitude really stinks. Bye."
I'm just wondering. Can I say this and be Christ-like? (In a nicer tone, of course.)
Where exactly does "turn the other cheek" come in? My first instinct is to say, "That's for when I am being persecuted for my faith." But the context in Matthew 5:38-42 seems to be anyone taking advantage of you or being mean to you.
Put it back in the business world. As my friend points out, if you never "complained" to the manager, the disagreeable person could go on being disagreeable and making things worse for the company. Now I think if there is any room to "complain", it should be for the employee's sake just as much the company, or the manager, or the general public, or myself, or anyone.
Looking forward to having everyone respond and answer this for me. So nice of you.