Treat others, as you want them to treat you. To earn respect you must first, give respect and give it to yourself too, as, if you don’t respect yourself, no one else will respect you. Merely saying ‘please’ and ‘thank you’ doesn’t mean that you are being respectful. In the daily grind and stress of everyday life, we have forgotten the moral obligation of respecting others so that we are also respected in turn. If you can earn the respect of your peers and fellows, then it’s a life well lived as it is the hardest thing to get, even taking up an entire lifetime.<quoted text>
I never argued about being respectable and you.., yes you.., are no lady. You write like a fkn trailer park drunk. Do you want to mind your business or do you want to dance?
•Good manners are the essential quality to show respect. So, cultivate good manners, as people get a sense of respect, when they interact with a well-mannered person. Good behavior automatically earns the respect of others.
•Do not stereotype other people. Stereotyping makes, you come across as a narrow-minded person. It also shows your lack of respect for the person, you are stereotyping.
•Don’t dictate or belittle anyone because of his or her background, religion, or social status. It is not only ill mannered, but also signals bad breeding.
•You cannot respect anyone whom you mock, tease or backbite. Throw these out and you will feel respect for people. Once you start respecting the people, you used to back bite or tease; you will gradually develop the sense of respecting everyone.
•When you respect someone, you must also respect his choice and free will. So, don’t pressurize anyone to do something which he or she is not willing to do. When you give priority to someone’s right to choose, you show him or her respect.
•To show respect, value other people’s opinion. This does not mean blindly follow whatever they say. You must show your understanding of his or her opinion, and then present your reasons for agreement or disagreement.