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Respect to Others

Everyone doesn't have the mind and human consciousness to the importance of other people's.

Within the boundaries of the earth itself is much more important to the people of his own. This is natural law. Many will deny, but it really is true. But it can be seen that, given the importance of other people, it's quite the opposite effect. We want to give yourself the importance of the least important, but not others. This issue is proved and truth.

If you respected and slightest importance's to others, then you see that he will respect you a different looks.

The Moral: with respect to the other can only be respected yourself. Not otherwise. This issue also is proved and truth. To be honor someone means to increase the own prestige.

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bestwriter wrote on October 2, 2014, 6:05 AM

Pretty cliched statement this. It is only those who respect themselves will respect others.

suzanne wrote on November 14, 2014, 8:35 AM

yes right !!!
some people don't like to value others but only themselves.
hey I have seen you on Bubblews :)

AliCanary wrote on November 21, 2014, 12:00 PM

I agree. If only each person were thoughtful about how others feel, there would be no problems on this whole earth except for the weather!

crowntower wrote on December 10, 2014, 3:00 AM

Respect is being gained and even people in the higher position can't get it easily unless he has proven he is worthy of it.

crowntower wrote on December 10, 2014, 3:32 AM

ooppps I accepted the challenge from slexy143 and I forgot to put a tag to my first comment so here it is. Selfishness is some kind of immaturity of a person and a bad attitude as well for not considering other's feelings. I think they should be more educated... but how can you educate a unteachable heart? I guess time will say.. and a lot of prayers. God bless. Jesus is awesome!

k2705 wrote on January 3, 2015, 4:03 AM

Yes agree some people just respect themselves and not others. Good to see a familiar face on here.