THEY LIVE AMONG US I wish to narrate this incident. I am sure there are many such people among us. This happened on Monday 27th December 2010. My elder daughter was here from the USA with her family for the New Year. We had planned to visit Sunderbans close to Kolkata with her friends. We had to leave by the afternoon flight to Kolkata. Her friends had sent her e-ticket by email. I have the internet at home but no printer. So we decided to go out to a cyber café and take a printout of the ticket. Unmindful of the fact that Monday is a holiday for the local shopkeepers and small businesses in our area, we went to the cyber café I knew and found it closed. We tried to locate some other cyber café or a place with internet and printing facility without success. We decided to get it done at the Airport counter of the Airlines for which we would have to squeeze some time and reach early at the Airport. I wanted to make a last try and entered an office to inquire if they could guide us to a cyber café nearby. We enquired from the lady sitting in the office. She tried to exercise her memory but in vain. She casually asked what we needed it for. I said to take a print out. She said ‘you can as well do it here’. Obliged to hear that, my daughter logged into her account and took a printout of the ticket. We thanked the lady and asked for the charges. “No way, Sir, It’s just nothing. Have a nice flight” “Many thanks.” we murmur and leave thanking her profusely. They live among us.