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PostSubject: Respect   Sun 23 Nov 2008, 8:46 am

What is respect?, we are often talking about it as something we need, crave and deserve, and now days emphasized with threats (poor mans respect).

I'm kind of old school myself and believe that you have to work hard to gain respect.

"Respect is greater from a distance"


From Wikipedia:
Respect is esteem for, or a sense of the worth or excellence of a person, a personal quality or ability, or something considered as a manifestation of a personal quality or ability.

In language
In language like saying excuse me or please and thank you, in effect showing general courtesy.

In body language
Human cultures have varied ways of showing respect by bodily actions. In many European cultures, people shake hands. In others, such as in Japan people bow at the waist when meeting. Frequently, gender is a factor in how respect is displayed in bodily behavior. For example, women in many Western cultures traditionally curtsy, whereas men bow.

Military
As a sign of respect in almost any form of the military is a salute. A salute is used by enlistees to show respect to the postition held by officers (and vice-versa; to not return a salute to a subordinate is considered offensive) and by officers to those of higher rank. The 21-gun salute is done within the military for funerals of military members and for high-ranking civilians such as the President.

In organized crime
Some organized crime syndicates, both real and fictional, revolve heavily around the theory of respect. Hired men and those lower in the rank of the family are obligated to show "respect" to the Mafioso

Crimes of revenge
There are many cases in which perceived disrespect has led to murder and other violence

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PostSubject: Re: Respect   Sun 23 Nov 2008, 12:13 pm

excellent post mono, hoping that those who do not know can learn from this Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Respect   Sun 23 Nov 2008, 12:32 pm

(((gio))) {KAN} wrote:
excellent post mono, hoping that those who do not know can learn from this Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

Agree Gio, Mono
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PostSubject: Re: Respect   Sun 23 Nov 2008, 12:34 pm

MONOCHROME {KAN} wrote:
What is respect?, we are often talking about it as something we need, crave and deserve, and now days emphasized with threats (poor mans respect).

I'm kind of old school myself and believe that you have to work hard to gain respect.

"Respect is greater from a distance"


From Wikipedia:
Respect is esteem for, or a sense of the worth or excellence of a person, a personal quality or ability, or something considered as a manifestation of a personal quality or ability.

In language
In language like saying excuse me or please and thank you, in effect showing general courtesy.

In body language
Human cultures have varied ways of showing respect by bodily actions. In many European cultures, people shake hands. In others, such as in Japan people bow at the waist when meeting. Frequently, gender is a factor in how respect is displayed in bodily behavior. For example, women in many Western cultures traditionally curtsy, whereas men bow.

Military
As a sign of respect in almost any form of the military is a salute. A salute is used by enlistees to show respect to the postition held by officers (and vice-versa; to not return a salute to a subordinate is considered offensive) and by officers to those of higher rank. The 21-gun salute is done within the military for funerals of military members and for high-ranking civilians such as the President.

In organized crime
Some organized crime syndicates, both real and fictional, revolve heavily around the theory of respect. Hired men and those lower in the rank of the family are obligated to show "respect" to the Mafioso

Crimes of revenge
There are many cases in which perceived disrespect has led to murder and other violence

agreed mono Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Respect   Sun 23 Nov 2008, 12:43 pm

i was waiting for the punchline but it never came lol!
respect!
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PostSubject: Re: Respect   Sun 23 Nov 2008, 12:45 pm

This is serious s**t geek

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