THE RESPECT CYCLE

(Sehr Abrar, )

Living in the 21st century, we usually see people misbehaving with their elders, talking in a high tone with their parents, teachers and peers. People in institutions treat others in a very ill-mannered way.Unlike in the past, some children nowadays are very disrespectful. I've seen people disrespecting others, yelling at them in a rude way that may hurt them.
Informal education is best taught at home by parents by family. Home is the first place where a child's bad behavior is corrected but when parents start encouraging their child's bad behavior rather than correcting them, the child becomes uncivil. These kind of children when growup are the ones who in return talk to their parents in a high tone, answer back to them and treat them badly.

"Kids are like a mirror what they see and hear they do. Be a good reflection for them."~ K.Heath

I do agree sometime our parents may be wrong but it doesn't mean we will get mad at them and treat them harshly. Just for a single mistake we can't forget all the good things they have done for us.

"These kids who never have any accountability for their actions will continue through life thinking nothing is their fault, and everything is owed to them."~ Anonymous
I've seen people, especially boys and girls usually of my age ill-treat their teachers. They talk to the teachers as if the teachers are contemptible persons. If the teachers are teaching them something, they consider that they are trying to rule them, interrupting in their lives or trying to lower down their standard. Hence, hurting their ego. Such people feel like they have done a good job by misbehaving with their teachers, they have achieved their ultimate goals.

" Well! I have shut my teachers mouth."

They don't realize they are about to shut their own fortune and success.

There are people who bang the classroom doors while their teachers are having a lecture, intentionally misbehaving in the classroom to annoy the teachers...

" Okay! Its alright if you don't want to get literate, no problem, you can leave the classroom. Thank you so much for being so kind and for tolerating the teachers." (Sarcastic smile)

"Give your teachers the respect they deserve because they are the one who can help you get what you need to go." ~ Richard Howard

Respect... The key to stay happy here and after death is respect as a common saying is what you do you get...
Makafat-e-Amal or say Karma
By Sehr Abrar, Karachi.

 

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