Respect is an attitude of acknowledging the feelings and interests of another party in a relationship, and of treating as consequential for the self the helping or harming of the other. Though most commonly referring to interpersonal relationships, it can be used between animals, groups and institutions including countries. Respect does not necessarily imply deference, but a respectful attitude rules out unconsidered selfish behaviour. The concept of respect predates, and does not rely on, the existence of the concept of rights.
BELIEFS AND VIEWS
I acknowledge the right of other people to hold their own beliefs, values, and opinions.
I acknowledge my right to disagree with others and to not be bullied or persuaded to share these beliefs and opinions.
Respect is often earned by our views, thoughts, activities, and achievements.
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