RESPECT

Respect is to show polite regard and consideration.

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  • “We were taught to respect everyone, especially those who were older and wiser than we were from whom we could learn.”

    —BeNeca Ward Author Of "3rd Generation Country, A Practical Guide To Raising Children With Great Values"

  • “Confrontation should always leave a person's dignity in tact.”

    —Dr. A. J. Anglin

  • “Respect for right conduct is felt by everybody.”

    —Jane Austen Novelist

  • “The bond that links your true family is not one of blood, but of respect and joy in each other's life.”

    —Richard David Bach Writer

  • “I have spread my dreams under your feet; Tread softly because you tread on my dreams.”

    —William Butler Yeats Poet, Nobel Prize Winner

Stories About Respect

Respect

Submitted by Katrina Sue

I will always remember this one girl that was in all of my 7th grade classes. She was very quiet, never back-talked anyone,...

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Njhs Disaster

Submitted by Chrissi

In middle school, I was involved in our school's NJHS. We did volunteer work for the community. Every year we held a charity...

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Standing Up For His Faith

Submitted by Dani Dorian

I was seventeen at the time and my grandma had just passed. It was one of the saddest things I've had to deal with. During...

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Everyday Hero Stories

Rodney D

Rodney Dangerfield. After failure came back to make us all love him and laugh.

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Badger B

My hero would have to my stepdad, "Badger" as they call him. He is the nicest dude you will ever meet. He's the guy that...

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Richard W

My parents died when I was young. Mr. W. (Dad) was a great father figure/role model. He set the bar for my character. He's...

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thanks for the infos. Respect is very important indeed! :)
Rachelle Perez Pascual, Balian, Pangil, Laguna, Philippines

Exactly Mary and ILima!
Suezel, Irvine

Good parenting is many things but none greater than giving the gift of a grandparents wisdom and love. if you have been through a broken relationship, do not take it out on the grandparents of your ex-spouse just for spite. You will leave a void in your children's lives they can never get back. Teach your children to respect the elders just as would every other important thing and encourage them to love their grandparents, no matter what side they come from.
Paula, Montana

I believe that respect should be honored and cherished, not taken for granted.
Toni, Ohio

I'd like to be the kind of person that when people come in contact with me and leave my presence, they feel better, not worse.
Jamie, Maui

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