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  • Character Trait Respect
  • Respect Definition:Showing high regard for self, others, and property.
  • Respect “The GoldenRule” Treating others the way you would want to be treated.
  • Respect Example Show respect by asking permission before using someone else’s things.
  • Respect ExampleShow respect for others even when they are different from you.
  • Respect Example Showing respectful behavior is a way of saying, “I care for you”.
  • Respect QuoteRespect is love in plain clothes. -Frankie Byrne
  • Respect Quote When people do not respect us we aresharply offended; yet inhis private heart no manmuch respects himself. -Mark Twain
  • Respect QuoteWhen you are content to be simply yourself and don’t compare or compete, everybody will respect you. -Lao-Tzu
  • Respect QuotesNever look down on anybodyunless you’re helping him up. -Jesse JacksonCourtesy is the shortest distance between two people. -Unknown
  • Respect Words Respect  Consideration Courtesy  Patience Tolerance  Attentiveness Appreciation  Manners Acceptance  Politeness
  • Are you a respectful person?(Take this self-evaluation anddecide for yourself.)True False I treat people the way I want to be treated. I treat people with civility, courtesy, and dignity. I am sensitive to other peoples feelings. I never insult people or make fun of them. I never ridicule or embarrass people. I never go along with prejudices or racist attitudes. Mr. Andersons Character Development Class