Essay On Being Disrespectful

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Being Respectful - Politeness doesn't fade with time, while being rude or disrespectful to others has never been cool. Bear in mind that a harsh word can spell the difference between having a good or bad relationship with others. Respect begets respect---when you are considerate to others, they will show respect for you as well.

Say "po" and "opo" to elders, including your household help, the village security guard, and those who serve you lunch at the canteen/cafeteria. When you feel like you're about to have a brat attack (whether big or small), hold it right there. Think of the possible consequences your words or actions might create.

Being attentive to others - Giving your undivided attention to the person you're with shows that you're genuinely interested in what he or she is saying. Using your cellphone or checking your watch
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The influx of everything "instant" has diminished the value of patience, when in fact, this understated virtue is a hallmark of maturity and perseverance.

Don't throw tantrums when the waiter takes forever to give your order. Even if you're entitled to good service, it doesn't give you the license to stomp your feet and be mean to the people serving you. Instead, focus your energy on telling the service crew nicely what they need to work on. In the same way, don't act out when your parents don't grant your requests right away or when you don't get what you want in an instant. Do away with the "I want it right here, right now" attitude, and remember that good things come to those who wait.

Being Kind - If an "unlike" button were among Facebook's features, nitpickers or judgmental people would be delighted. But who wants to hang-out with people who keep criticizing what others do? Kind people attract more friends because they look beyond the flaws and zero in on the
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