RESPECT FOR OTHERS This is a basic requirement for nurturing friendship, team work, and for the synergy it promotes and sustains. Respect for others is based on self-respect. It really is following the Golden Rule: Do unto others as you would have others do unto you. Being a polite and courteous person makes one a rare individual in today's world. Politeness and a genuine concern for the rights and feelings of others in our society seem to have slammed the door in our faces.
But respect can mean many different things to us. Some associate it with bullies who teach respect with their fists. Others associate it with being stiff and polite in ways that don't come naturally to us. In this exploration we look at the kind of respect that is important in all our relationships, and how we can respect others in natural ways. Respect can seem artificial.
.My family help me face any problem I have in life friends family helps me to be the best person I can be and encourages me to try new things every time I get the chance. They continue to teach me many lessons about what you should and shouldn't do. They care for me and love me and I love them all as well. My family helps me overcome problems I have in life, a difficult problem or an easy one, they are always there when I need
Respect is a word that has a lot of depth to it no matter what way you use it. The word by definition is kind of hard to pin down concretely because it is subjective, and it can be used in many different ways with many different meanings based on the usage. It is a word that everybody wants a piece of no matter how big or small the piece they get is. All definitions aside, the respect that most people want is the respect that is earned by the showing of honorable actions or personality characteristics. Be it dedication and sacrifices for one’s job or ones moral and ethical views and principles.
You would n ever know by looking at me or talking to me that my family and I have been homeless before. For the kids that have been homeless before it doesn't make you any less worthy, or intelligent than anyone else. There are many things you can do not only to help yourself with the feelings of being embarrassed or ashamed but you can also help others like you, be apart of organizations, and volunteer your time to others that have been in our situation of being homeless so they can feel better and know it’s okay. You have to remember that none of the situations you’ve been put into is your fault. The bus ride was 8 hours, two stops in between.
I will help others by not judging even if they seem really poor or uneducated. I am there to help not judge. I want them to feel comfortable, and not have them thinking I’m judging them. I know I say this a lot, but I really believe social workers are what keeps everyone in shape and
PART B Two of my important values are respect and kindness. Respect is where I look up on someone or who have more experiences than me like people who are older than me but that does not mean that I do not respect younger people. To me, whoever respect me, I will respect them. Kindness is when I see and feel that when someone is in need for help but feel embarrassed to ask, I will feel bad for them if i do not help them when they are in need of help. Although some people will not ask for my help even though they need it, I will try my best to help them out or at least try.
Respect is an important life skill needed to coexist with others in our current society. Whether it’s in elementary school or high school, we’ve always been taught to treat each other with respect. Here at JFK, our motto is “respect is the key to success”. The word respect, in my opinion, means to treat each other equally despite their difference in opinions, race, gender, or any other aspect that could skew your opinion on who someone is. I agree with the school motto, however, it doesn’t hold true in our school and can definitely be improved upon.
Respecting someone or something contrasts with being indifferent and careless. In fact, it is quite easy to recognize the absence of respect; meanwhile, it is much more difficult to define respect in our daily interactions with people. Some environmentalists suggest that it is getting easier to survive without being respected (Fromm, 2016). For example, someone can inherit a lot of money, so his/her employees’ respect stops being necessary or desired. Someone can also earn a large sum of money through his/her own talent which is valued, as being a good football player does not mean to be respected, perhaps because of the inappropriate behavior towards his team mates.
Respect is a very powerful word and way of life. It is to regard others feelings or beliefs. To many, its applying kind words, saying please and thank you, but to others it may be taking into the process of carefully thinking about something of other people's thoughts, opinions, and property. I believe you should respect all things and people, even if you disagree with it. However, I say that having respect for yourself is Respect is taught, humans were not born with it.