At lunchtime, the grocery store where Mohammad from Afghanistan is doing his training is particularly busy. Many come on their lunch break to run errands. It has to be quick when shopping. “Mentally, people are already back in their offices or in the next store,” smiles Mohammad. In a hurry, some customers take the receipt, but leave the goods at the checkout. Some even leave their bank cards in the card reader. But Mohammad has a watchful eye and calls the customers back. They are mostly surprised and very grateful. “Sometimes I don’t understand the Germans – they try to do many things at once in a short time. But you can’t hold two watermelons in one hand.”
Ein Sprichwort aus Afghanistan besagt: Man kann nicht zwei Wassermelonen in einer Hand halten. Foto: tünews INTERNATIONAL / Kerstin Markl.
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