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Friday, October 19, 2012

Respect is a virtue

Respect is a virtue, lets start it from inside our homes so we can change the world.  

Schools are teaching about Respect and then there are countless incidents that happen everyday that contradicts this virtue.  We walk into the office or building and the first person we meet is the secretary or an administrative person.  How likely do we get a "Good Morning or How may I help you?"
And there are many more simple examples

  • How many times do we see someone holding the door when we enter a building, or how many times do we hear someone saying thank you.
  • No one bothers to picks up anything that falls on the ground, even if it is food that they drop at the grocery store.
  • People think their family and children are precious, while other people's family and children aren't.
  • Many people have lost their manners in public, saying whatever they want, swearing and not bothering about how this could be a form of bullying or hurt someone.  
  • Putting up the feet in the theatres and not worrying about the person in the front.  
  • Not respecting signs i.e. driving, no food allowed or no smoking.    
  • People making assumptions that they know better or they speak the universal language English better when they see someone that doesn't look like them
  • When how we look or dress matters!
Start thinking, how we can change ourself and our families/friends because how we respect someone changes their life.
Respect everyone and everything (including the environment) by greeting or at least smiling because this is good for our own heart and it can change someone's life.

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