Can you say: “Thank you Vets, You have my respect!”?

While Veteran’s Day has just past, I want to pop in and go over how we should respect all people! There are different aspects of this. First, the part we focus on more often, though very important: Respect for those older than us, our parents and grandparents, Veterans, certain folks in town, and so on. I think this includes: knowing and accepting their experience that they have received through the years, and helping them physically when needed, and so on.  Second, those younger than us, or even our age. I think this includes: knowing they do know things, even if they are children, as well as helping when they are in need, just as the more elderly folks.

From Merriam-Webster Dictionary, online:

1 respect
noun re·spect \ri-ˈspekt\
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Simple Definition of respect

  • : a feeling of admiring someone or something that is good, valuable, important, etc.

  • : a feeling or understanding that someone or something is important, serious, etc., and should be treated in an appropriate way

  • : a particular way of thinking about or looking at something

So, there you are. Also, by respecting them, we encourage respect for themselves in those both older and younger than us. TTYL

And, THANK-YOU VETERANS!!!Image result for U.s.a flag

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