Put yourself in their shoes. That's the message a new video filmed in Bahrain is trying to drive home.
In the two-and-a-half minute clip, a young Arab man is seen honking his car outside a grocery store, beckoning the shopkeeper to take his order - a typical scene in much of the Gulf.
"I always think of that poor worker, going back and forth and people don't treat him with respect," we hear the narrator say.
"I've decided to take his place for the day, and take people's orders."
What happens next surprised him.
"People were stunned and surprised once they saw a Bahraini guy coming and taking their orders," he says.
Some became unusually polite, others expressed disbelief and some even "felt embarassed and refused to give their orders."
The video, which has received over 400,000 views on YouTube, urges viewers to put themselves in someone else's shoes, regardless of their position in society.
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