To encourage you to keep going.
To remind you to be strong.

Published on December 8, 2019 in Picture Quotes, Revive
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Treat people the way you want to be treatedTalk to people the way you want to be talked to. Respect is earned, not given.


4 Comments

  1. Petya December 12, 2019 Reply

    You can see how much respect there is in a man by his words to others.Respect is an inside job, that you have done with yourself, First respect yourself-then try to apply the learned over the others.Mass of the people mistake respect for fear…fear to not get what they want.These people are frightened and act very delicate, but thats not respect, this is surviving of the consumer nowadays.
    The people who try to live low and disgraceful..
    Respect is grace!

  2. Natali December 13, 2019 Reply

    I certainly have gained the outmost respect from many individuals around me by way of demonstrating my gracefulness in living my life no matter how much hardship I have had to endure. Therefore not demanding ‘respect ‘ from no one , rather taking pride in respecting myself .

    But then , i think I was also extremely blessed to have been born with natural grace which complemented my gained grace by way of living with dignity.
    No so many people are lucky to experience both.
    My heart is my dignity and I keep them both very close to me.

  3. Mike January 21, 2020 Reply

    You know, we’ve all heard this our whole lives, but I actually think it is incorrect. Some people may not want to be treated the way we like to be treated. We all are unique and have different views. Why force someone to endure treatment WE want over the way THEY want to be treated.

    I would say; treat people how they want to be treated, not how you want to be treated or how you want to treat them. Talk to people the way they want to be talked to, not the way you want to be talked to or how you want to talk to them.

  4. Lynne June 9, 2020 Reply

    The key for all of us is our individual “starting point”. I think everyone should be treated with a basic level of respect – our starting point. Does that respect grow as we continue the relationship – I hope so. But – the question in these times is “Is the starting point the same for everyone?”

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