When you want to be respectful, try to put yourself in someone else’s shoes and behave in a way that shows you care. At its heart, being respectful means showing that you value other people’s perspectives, time, and space. Treat everyone you encounter – strangers on the street, coworkers, classmates and family members – with respect and courtesy. Practising good manners is a way to be respectful of other people’s space and time. Some people save their respect for people upon whom they want to make a good impression, and they’re rude to everyone else. But there is truth in the saying, “You can judge the character of others by how they treat those who can do nothing for them or to them.” Be kind to everyone, regardless of who they are, what they look like, or what their relationship is to you.
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