Importance of Respect

             Respect is a very broad term when people use it. What is the definition of respect? When I looked it up in the dictionary, I found out the dictionary definition is: to show regard or admiration of something or someone. I see respect as a universal characteristic. Respect to me, is a way of showing someone that you think highly of them and well, respect them! Respect is a very important part of life. If a person is respected, it makes him fell good and in return, he or she respects you. Respect is important to me because if a person didn’t respect anyone, he himself would not be admired, and over time, he would grow up to be a very rude and inconsiderate person. Rudeness and kindness are also two very big components of respect. If you are rude to people or a person, you are disrespectful. If you are purposely mean or nasty to people, you are disrespectful. Respecting teachers such as Mr. Wellman is a very important part of education and life. Teachers feel good when they are respected and tend to be less grumpy and nicer during the day. Respect is also important in today’s society. If you want a job and go give an interview for one, and you are rude to the boss and are throwing beanbags at people while he is addressing you, you will never get the job. Bosses like respectfulness because they know you will be a good member of their company by helping others and working with others. This is also the way it works with teachers. Just think about it. If you were teaching a class, and no one is even paying attention to you, if kids are throwing stuff around in the corner, will you not fell frustrated? More than frustrated, I would feel quite upset and very angry. I would feel like I am wasting my time teaching a bunch of disrespectful, rude people at the bottom of society. What does the teacher have to lose? He still gets his paycheck whether you learn or not. If you don’t pay attention and learn, you’re at loss. Instead, when teacher...

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