RESPECT is a positive feeling of ESTEEM or DEFERENCE for a person or other entity, and also specific actions and conduct representative of that esteem. Respect can be both given and / or received. Depending on an individual’s cultural reference frame, respect can be something that IS EARNED. Respect is often thought of as earned or built over time.
Courtesies that show respect include simple words and phrases like “thank you” — in the West, simple physical gestures like a “slight bow” —- in the East or even a “smile” or “direct eye contact”.
(1) The biggest ingredient, in a best friend, is someone whose actions you RESPECT, and who you can truly BE YOURSELF around.
(2) There is no RESPECT for others without HUMILITY IN ONE’S SELF
(3) RESPECT is what WE OWE; LOVE what WE GIVE.
(4) One of the most sincere forms of RESPECT, is actually listening to what another has to say. (5) When you are content to be SIMPLY YOURSELF, and don’t compare or compete, everybody will RESPECT you.