3 forms of respect
Noun. A detail or point of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities or achievements. A tradition, wish or the rights of someone or something.
Verb. To admire someone or something deeply, as a result of their abilities, qualities, or achievements. To give authority, older or of higher esteem of an impressive standing. Admiration, given differently based on the personal belief of the one giving the respect.
Adjective. To obtain and give a value of the qualities of a human, also based on the one giving the respect.
“Respect is one of the most important thing you can teach a child. Without the feeling of respect, what is other to distinguish men from beast?” Confucius, Moral Doctrine
List of ways respect may be demonstrated
Based on the North American culture.
- Making eye contact
- Celebrating achievements
- Full attention of ability to listen
- Giving of your time
- Affirming others worth
RESPECT. The acts when you are building a relationship, the excitement of creating something new with a partner or friend. As with many things in life, it is shiny at first: acts of kindness, listening, and time is often given. When the observation of the motions to divide your time; often results to a sower taste in one of parties mouth. By diverting your time and energy on managing your own lives. The relationship is no longer the two of you but separated by everything. Maintaining respect is maintaining your relationships.
When you respect people it may be hard to tell as you may not always be easy to share or convey your respect. As in giving gifts, hugs or gestures. Share respect either with actions or body language.
Show respect in ways such as:
- value of achievements
- telling someone you respect expression of gratification
- positive attitudes
- a safety net
- the ability to express ones self
- a stable since of reality