Though they say respect is reciprocal but my main goal is not to be respected back, but rather to give everyone the space to be themselves. I believe everyone is smart, intelligent and beautiful in their own way irrespective of personality or status, and is capable of adding value and providing solutions. So I seek to understand and be understood. I do this by paying attention to details, listening with rapt attention and giving due regard to feelings, wishes and rights of others (no matter the age).
I detest eye-service. Nothing is more nobler than doing the right thing even when it’s not acknowledged by others, or convenient for you.
I do my best to stay consistence, and honest keeping to my words and promises.
I have a strong taste for perfection. I rarely get satisfied with good, always pushing for better, with eyes on the best. This has helped me grow and seen me achieve beyond what could imagine.
I honor my commitments to individual and situations, maintaining both physical and emotional devotion, be it work or relationships.
When we’re stressed, we’re more likely to get defensive and blame others. Instead, I chose to give people the benefit of the doubt across the board — whether it’s in an argument, about a job not completed, or in response to feedback that suggests that someone’s spoken badly about me.
I live by the book of love (! Cor 13), not just because I am a Christian, but I find it natural to be altruistic. warm and accepting.
The love I’m referring to encompasses a variety of strong and positive emotional and mental states, ranging from the most sublime virtue or good habit, the deepest interpersonal affection and to the simplest pleasure (Wikipedia, 2018)