We must not touch any object ornament or utility that is on the tables or consoles.
We must not touch any object ornament or utility that is on tables or on consoles; for example, do not touch the ashtrays, and porcelains, nor watches, nor frames or vases. Just look at them, unless we are responsible for cleaning; in this case we will very carefully.
You have to respect any toiletries parents and siblings. Do not touch or comb or toothbrush, towel or other person. Cologne must be respected and, of course, not squander leaving soap in the soap dish with a pool of water. Do not open the taps without.
Opening a locker without permission.
We must always respect the property of others; but, above all, the property of parents and siblings; no need to open any cabinet without the owner’s permission. Much less touch on the work table or writing table parent.
No snooping correspondence.
You can not read a letter addressed to another person; It is indiscreet and sometimes can be as serious sin.
When I handed a letter, should I give it open or closed? There is an old custom of courtesy is to deliver open letters. For example, I tell my cousin, “I have a letter for your brother, you want to give it to you? In that case I will lay it with the envelope open.”
The person who receives a letter, open.
It should close in the presence of whom delivery. Example: If I give my cousin a letter to her brother, she takes and closes it before me.
This is a demonstration of confidence on the one hand and discretion on the other.
In the shops.
When we go to a store we should not touch things that we like. We not touch or toys or fabrics, or objects from shelves or counter.
In the exhibitions.
If we go to a museum or exhibition we must not touch any pictures or objects to be exposed.
The objects of particular use.
We never will open a bag, nor will touch gloves or bracelets, or someone else’s purse. Among friends and colleagues we will not pay us the comb, or handkerchiefs. Everyone has to have those completely personal items, and it is impolite to ask them.