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    without respect? Respect is the act of showing someone that you value his or her feelings and thoughts. Respect is a universal value that each person desires not only to embody, but also to receive. Respect is not just what you say but also the way you act. Showing people that you take their feelings and thoughts into consideration are how to earn respect. If you demonstrate respect toward others, then others will respect you and listen to your opinions. Respect begins with self-respect and then

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    Respect Many people have different ideas about what respect means. I think it means having respect for others, property, and respect for yourself. Most people want respect even if it is just a little. The American Heritage Dictionary states that respect is 1. A feeling of appreciative, often deferential regard, esteem. 2. The state of being regarded with honor or esteem. 3. Willingness to show consideration or appreciation. People demand different amounts of respect, though not everyone

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    Is respect an important quality. To most people now a days respect is an important factor. The reason it’s an important factor is because without respect you can’t get nowhere in life. When you respect an individual that certain person will feel loved and he or she will feel important, as we saw in the movie “Spanglish”. Although many individuals look at others rank in society to measure the amount of respect they’ll give to them, it is mainly up to the individuals themselves to have enough confidence

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    Respect is a very powerful word it can be given and also taken. So many people really don’t know the definition because they don’t have any for their self. Maybe because they were never taught the word or the meaning. There are rules and meanings to the word Respect. Give it when it is due if someone you know worked hard and never gave up and was committed to their job. By never being late always did their work without their boss telling them or even just doing extra work or maybe at times staying

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    respectful of one another and their respective belongings. For this reason, the motto “Respect is the key to success” holds much truth at JFK. If one is respectful, people like you and you are able to learn much more efficiently, because there is an environment that is much better suited for learning. The past motto of JFK holds much truth and I strongly agree with it. Many people appreciate those who show respect towards them and consequently tend to gravitate towards them more often than not. A prime

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    everyone else badly, or put them down, or did not give them respect? It would not be an ideal world, but that is why we as humans strive each and every day to better ourselves and to treat our fellow people with the same level of respect and kindness that we think we deserve. By doing this, the hopeful outcome will be that they will wish to better themselves and pay it forward. To receive respect from others, it is always best to give respect first. Respecting your peers and people above you is an important

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    The Meaning of Respect

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    people go through life and always hear about the word respect, but they don’t know what it means. Respect is the esteem for or a sense of the worth or excellence of a person. There are things in life you need to hold in respect. Respect for yourself, respect for others, and respect for property. Respect is taught to people everywhere and it is even taught to them in their religions. Respect is the very aspect that keeps everything in your life. Respect for yourself is very important to a person because

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    Defining Respect

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    for a little respect when you come home (just a little bit) Hey baby (just a little bit) when you get home (just a little bit) mister (just a little bit) " Lyrics from the song, "Respect" by Aretha Franklin In three seperate dictionaries, respect is defined as a regard for or appreciation of the worth or value of someone or something. In my opinion, respect goes far beyond this definition. Respect is the cornerstone of the society in which we live. Although many look at respect as simply treating

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    The Respect Kid

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    The author of this novel is Margarat Atwood. She was born in Ottawa, Canada in 1939. She attended the University of Toronto, Radcliffe College, and Harvard University. This book is about a future dystopia. It shows a future in which the United States no longer exists. A knew society, known as Gilead, is created. Women are stripped of their rights. This novel shows what may lie ahead for women, if they do not begin to stand up for themselves. In this novel fertile women are scarce. These fertile women

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    Men of Respect and Macbeth In 1991, William Shakespeare’s great play “Macbeth” was re-created into a modern day version titled “Men of Respect.” Was the plays textual fidelity lost in transition during the making of the film, or did the film show total loyalty and devotion to the text and the feelings of the play? A closer examination of the characters/lines, classification between good and evil, and the use of light and dark will compare the many differences and similarities between William

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