Saturday, May 2, 2009

Respect to elders

Let's study the student guide to be better person. Let's start at home, do our part to create better relationship.
Chapter 2: Standards for a younger brother when away from home.
Part 2
In front of an elder, do not show off.
If you meet an elder you know on the streets, promptly greet him. If he does not speak to you, step back and respectfully stand aside.
If you are riding in a car, horse, carriage, you should stop, get out and ask if you can give him a ride.
If you meet an elder passing by, you should stand aside and wait respectfully; do not leave until you can no longer see him.
When an elder is standing, do not sit. After an elder sits down, sit only when you are told to do so.
Before an elder, speak softly. But if your voice is too low and hard to hear, it is not appropriate.
When meeting an elder, walk briskly towards him, when leaving, do not exit in haste.
When answering a question, look at the person who is asking you the question.
Serve your uncles as if you are serving your parents;
Treat your cousins as if they are your siblings.
My view:
From young, we need to respect elders. It help us to get along well with others in the society. Knowing all these will benefit us the whole life.


bluedreamer27 said...

here in the Philippines, that is so important
we have to respect elders as a sign of being polite and being a good individuals

bluedreamer27 said...

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coolingstar9 said...

I am very glad to know that in the Philippines, people know to respect elders as a sign of being polite and being a good individuals.
This is what human must do.
bluedreamer27, thanks for inviting me to join your upcoming fun game Blog Idol 2.
I need to figure it out and participate if time allows.
See you soon, have the great day.