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    #11
    ...earned unless you wana be respected out of fear.

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    #12
    Quote Originally Posted by alwayz_yummy View Post
    yes it should be thought nung bata pa, pero what if, di naturuan ng proper respect ang anak, nung tumanda at nagkaisip na, parang magdedemand ng respect ang magulang na yun sa anak nya...lumaki ung bata sa salita ng magulang na "wala kang respeto!bastos!walang galang!"

    in a family, when will the respect be given and earned and when it should be imposed?
    within a family, respect goes hand in hand with love. when you give your love to your parents, you also give them respect. respect therefore, in this case, is not earned or imposed, but given by you to your parents since the time na nagkaisip ka.

    kung me tampuhan kayo paminsan minsan, syempre bukambibig ng matatanda yan. don't take it so hard. kahit saan ka pa makarating, mga magulang mo yan. pag ako ang nakarinig ng ganito ay pasok lang sa isang tenga at labas sa kabila. lambing lang sa nanay ang katapat nyan...alam mo naman ang matatanda lalo na pag nag asawa ka na...naghahanap ng pansin...hehehe

    kaya bigyan mo ng konting lambing at TLC si nanay.
    Last edited by lolo pepe; October 14th, 2006 at 11:57 PM. Reason: mali spelling

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    #13
    the topic is just TOO BROAD.

    you should also try to define "respect".

    in the office...

    you give due respect people according to their ranks.

    though that is different if you respect them as a person.

    e.g. an SVP who is perceived to a be a good-for-nothing. out of respect for his position, you don't call him by just by his first name (applicable to pinoy office culture) or use "hoy" to call him. but that doesn't mean that you respect him for the work that he has done.

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    #14
    Quote Originally Posted by scarab View Post
    ...earned unless you wana be respected out of fear.
    there's no such thing. its either you're respected or feared.

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    #15
    Usually earned but at times, imposed. It really depends on the situation. Like what M2 said, the topic is too broad.

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    #16
    Pareho lang siguro. :D

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    #17
    child to parent: respect should be given no matter what.

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    #18
    earned respect comes from the heart
    imposed respect comes from the brain

    i'd rather have the respect coming from the heart

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    #19
    Respect is always earned. When it is imposed, it is called fear.

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    #20
    respect is definetly earned sa mga kaibigan man or sa boss yung imposed parang plastic na respect lng yun you just show that you respect the person pero sa loob looban mo miumura mo sya.

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