What is respect? Is the way people should be treated, how you would want to be treated, and should it come naturally or should it be taught? Respect is what are world is built on, I feel that the phrases like “reap what you sow” explain what respect works like. For example to when I am rude to someone they tend to be rude back, the same works with respect. When being disrespectful to someone you most likely will disrespect you right back. Not everyone follows these thoughts of respect. Actions like these can lead to dangerous places, people begin to break boundaries that were once built on respect.
Everyone wants to be respected. It’s in our nature, but in order to obtain respect, first of all one has to respect oneself. Second, one has to show respect to others in order to gain respect from them. If one doesn’t show respect to someone, that person may often feel blown off and lose respect for you. Respect in my eyes is like a math equation loyalty plus duty equals respect. respect is gained in conducting ones self in a way that others can stand
There are several definitions of respect. One is being deference to a right, privilege, privileged position, or someone or something considered to have certain rights or privileges; proper acceptance or courtesy; acknowledgment. The other relevant definition is the 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. (Respect) The first definition discusses the military custom and courtesy of showing the proper respect to those of a greater rank or position then you. This is an integral function of the military. It allows those in a higher rank or position to give orders and directions which will be carried out without hesitation. However while this is a necessity for success it is not the only respect needed. If this is the only type of respect garnered it could create a hostile command climate. General John M. Schofield said, "The discipline which makes the soldiers of a free country
Respect is a word that many people hear every day but do not understand the true meaning of it. Respect is not only for the people of “high class”, but it is for anyone who is willing to sacrifice something in order to receive the honor of being respected. When receiving the title of being respected it can be lost quicker than the blink of an eye, such as Abigail in The Crucible, who has no power in Salem until she starts accusing people of witchcraft. After that is done she is the biggest name in the Town, and she is obsessed with keeping it that way.
My father has been in my life giving anything I needed to succeed both physically and mentally and for that, I have so much respect because he has shown love and caring for me. He did not just believe that I should respect him because he s my father, but because I choose to respect him for the love he has shown me. Essentially my point is that authority, no matter how powerful or perfect they might seem, should earn respect from the people they wish to use their power on or they are just believing they are above everyone else. I admire the companies and organizations that believe that their employees are the root of their company because without those people, any company would be nothing. I do not want someone to take me the wrong way in regards that I believe basic respect if required for everyone you meet because you truly need to know someone’s intentions before you disrespect them. I am not just some teenager explaining why you should rebel against authority but you should realize that the day you are in the big chair and people are looking up to you, you have the choice between giving them respect and in turn have inspiring people that want to help you out because of the respect you have given
Respect as a virtue is a simple virtue and should be followed at all times in daily life. In a short definition respect means treating others, human or otherwise, in a dignified manner; however, this does not mean that everyone on Earth as royalty. As Marshall puts it, “respect is a close relative of tolerance (Marshall 44).” Following this further the author is acknowledging that all humans will always have our
Respect is very important both in the military and in the civilian world. In most cases, people can easily tell when someone respects them or not. Once they feel that they are being respected, they can instill more trust into a person, respect them back, and take what the person says to heart. They can put faith into that person. Once we earn someone’s respect, it is much easier to gain his or her cooperation. It is much easier to have them support us and take our sides. We don’t have to put as much effort in to getting them to listen to an order or doing what they are told. Respect must be EARNED. You must provide someone with your respect before they show you the same respect. This is what I mean by earning it. I do not believe that respect can be demanded or forced. Demanding someone’s respect will most likely lead to some type of conflict. Respect
Respect is admiring someone deeply for their work, actions, composure and qualities regardless of their point of view. It is a important part of a job it is how you get along with other coworkers. Without respect people would have a hard time working out problems at work and home.
The Army has kind of got it right, in a way. They view respect as a way that we should act towards each other and treat each other. But Respect is still so much more then that. You can not respect just a person, or a rank, or a position, but also someones experience that has led them to where they are. Its more about feelings
I have been told that I need to write a 1000 word essay on disrespecting a Non Commissioned Officer. But it is really hard to write about this because I am having a hard time wondering how I disrespected them. So, where do I start on this and what do I say about it. As far as this essay goes I am just going to write how I feel about respect and how respect works both ways. It is wrong to disrespect a Non Commissioned Officer because they are appointed above me to guide me to the right place and things to do. But it is really hard to respect someone when they do not respect you. Respect works both ways and if that person or leadership does not respect you trying to respect them is difficult. No matter what is said it is disrespect.
Respect is to “Treat people as they should be treated.” Every soldier is responsible for treating other people with dignity and respect. As Soldiers we pledge to treat others with respect and dignity while not expecting anything in return. Respect allows us to appreciate what our Army leaders and Friends do for us. Respect is to have trust that people will fulfill their duties and accomplish what is expected of them. Respecting ones self is an important factor of the Army value of respect. We, the United States Army are one team and we each have something to contribute. What is respect? Respect has numerous forms. It can be self-awareness, character, understanding, trust, honesty, and a positive attitude. Respect must be earned. If someone does not respect himself or herself then they are not able to respect others. To gain respect you must treat others the way you would want to be treated, as you have heard many times before. If a unit lacks respect it cannot have teamwork and sympathy for the well being of others. It creates devotion to the success of the team. Respect goes both ways up and down the chain of command. A leader must respect his or her soldiers as their soldiers must appreciate the sacrifices and skills their superiors and vice versa. by respecting the people around you with effort, and in time soldiers come to respect each other.
Respect is the integrity that one takes upon oneself in order to carry out the orders of the officers appointed over the service member. You must respect superior because they are your senior. Their actions determine the capabilities of a unit and their overall accomplishment of an operation. A senior commander is not just any person given a rank and job. They go through vigorous training to become the person they are. Through classes, training, and experiences they gain.
As children we are taught to always show respect to those around us. We are taught to never say no to an adult, to listen and to use manners to everyone around us. But as we grow older we develop a sense of rebelliousness, and an urge to question every single moral and value we have learned.
Respect goes both ways regardless of rank or position. The Army is a profession of professionals and should always act toward others in a military manner. Treat others as they should be treated or treat others as you expect others to treat you. Respect does not only apply when you’re in uniform, it is applied every day in everything you do. Respect people and equipment because someday that person or equipment will save your