About Respect

It would seem understandable that a human who does not respect himself, can’t respect others. However, in everyday life, what seems obvious is rarely thinking. In addition, we imagine that although there are things we do not pay, it does not prevent us from living fully. Sometimes we think that we learn by ourselves, without special educators or our own efforts. This is often the case when a person values ​​his or her personal qualities. If we ask ten first timers on the street: “Do you respect yourself?” You probably thought we would rarely hear a negative answer. That is, there is some confusion in this area, the person himself thinks he respects himself, or is it really, from a psychological point of view, an issue. And not as personal as it would seem at first glance. For a person who misunderstands self esteem, interacting with others, acts on them and sometimes even hurts. So if we want a person to respect another, we must first teach him to respect himself, more precisely, to help him develop self esteem.

Bon Weekend A Tous!🤗

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115 thoughts on “About Respect

    1. But i think is difficult to separate the lie from truth at this point when you lie do yourself what you really respect yourself, and we seems believe in it, but after when you disrespect others you can noticed like it was not really truth what you thought before..

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      1. its some chines they are very cleaver. made a website but like my blogpost but missed a letter in name so that no one can complaint them.. lazy person .
        always copied to us.
        anyways thankyou for your kind support.. i love you

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  1. Self-respect is the key and first step to respect others! We should teach the people to value their-selves, to respect themselves as a human beings first and then work to improve and be better everyday! And when someone doesn’t respect their-selves how they can ask others to respect them?
    Great message, thank you for sharing 🙂

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      1. Well I also say it, for me it’s the case
        Let me give an example, imagine an angry person or drunken (not here to judge everyone has their own issues) but imagine, they look in a terrible condition and didn’t shower for days probably and they’re addressing you as “hey b***” without any reason, treating people in a horrible way and abusing them
        Give me one reason to respect them, Of course apart from the fact that we do understand they have issues but these issues need to be solved not dropped on people you see?
        These people not respecting their bodies, nor theirselves or others so how they can ask others to respect them?
        Hope I was clear

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  2. Tout vient de l education pour moi. Apres biensur certaine personne se debrouille tout seul a devenir des personne respectable ayant la capaciter de respecter autrui mais la plupar du temps c est malheuresement mal parti lorsque l education a etait baclé. Et oui je suis d accord se respecter est une base fondamentale

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  3. Smiles.. lasting Respect.. Self-Esteem
    And Ultimately Self-Acualization
    Rarely is Genuine when Based
    On Group think for Group
    Think most often of
    Course is Derived from
    The Thoughts And Feelings of
    Others rather than Listening to
    Our Own Heartbeat And then
    Conducting the Symphony of
    Our Soul with our own Dance
    And Song of Loving Life that
    Then no Group Think will
    Outcast as We Become
    Secure With Self Live
    Free and let others
    Choose their
    Way through Group
    Think or original Creative
    Activity Within to Live Free to Be..🙌😇🤗😃🕺

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  4. Very wise words and I can feel this myself. You describe respect and self-esteem in a beautiful way and a way that is understandable🦋
    Thank you for your thoughts and a very reflective post.
    Nice❤️
    I wish you a weekend filled with love and happiness, enjoy🦋

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  5. When the question of respect springs up, we always introspect what it actually means; what is its importance, what it can bring about when we give to others etc.

    Respect is not merely
    An another word
    out of dictionary
    but its meaning
    is so deep
    that it cannot be
    wished away
    casually
    it springs out from heart
    so deep
    that it leaves
    a deeper impression
    on the psyche
    on the person
    for whom it is directed.
    This respect
    does not just come
    without first this sacrosanct word
    respect is direct for our own self first
    and then it becomes
    our habit to respect
    everyone who comes
    in contact with us.

    Thanks sharing very nice ideas on respect.

    HARBANS

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  6. Food for thought and nourishment for the soul! Enjoying the comments as much as your post. This gives me much to think about as I go about my day; the little things I do—am I giving myself the utmost respect? So that I may also respect others? Thank you. 🙂

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      1. While out on my walk, I had thoughts of the next musings…
        Even with so much evil in the world right now—I know and feel deep down in my broken-heart, that we-humanity-can see the opportunity in the crisis—if we would only try and do exactly what you are doing here-online. 🙏🏻

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      2. My pleasure. 🙏🏻
        I’m watching in hindsight how my beliefs have changed over the years! Ha! That must be how I know I’m getting older.
        Something I’ve been curious about lately is self-esteem vs. self-confidence. Is there a difference? What are your thoughts?
        🙂

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      1. Have family comping over on Sunday like really huge amount of people, so did so shopping with food, left clean up the house and to prepare rooms, and also to focus on my blog and studies a bit more, voila🤗

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