RESPECT – Does Everyone Deserve To Be Treated With It?

re·spect

[ri-spekt]

noun
1. a particular, detail, or point (usually preceded by in ): to differ in some respect.
2. relation or reference: inquiries with respect to a route.
3. esteem for or a sense of the worth or excellence of a person, a personal quality or ability, or something considered as a manifestation of a personal quality or ability: I have great respect for her judgment.
4. deference to a right, privilege, privileged position, or someone or something considered to have certain rights or privileges; proper acceptance or courtesy; acknowledgment: respect for a suspect’s right to counsel; to show respect for the flag; respect for the elderly.
5. the condition of being esteemed or honored: to be held in respect.

Its the “R” word, plus the end of the month in which we keep with the tradition of closing it out on a solid note.

With next months projects on the table in front of me, it appears that social media made simple is turning out to be all, or primarily all about respect and the giving and receiving of it, which comes via communication amongst people along with the question or matter of who, what, or where deserves it and the actual amount in question as with the business of branding, it runs on what is known as ethos, which stems from or results in ethics, which is where a persons code of honor and matters of respect reside.

As promised, we will begin to tackle the tough issues that affect the greatest number of people and have the greatest amount of impact in society, yet even I at this point cannot honestly offer an expert analysis on the matter, so what I will share is what I have heard along with what I tend to experience on a personal level so that we can each form our own informed opinions.

Simply put, the common consensus amongst the wise and knowing is showing that in actuality, everyone does NOT in fact deserve to be treated with respect and the amount that anyone does is in direct proportion that the amount that they offer, and in the fine print of the equation, it shows that this same amount of respect both given and received tends to match the exact amount of respect that an individual expects to receive, or more simply put

Amount Respected  = Amount Sincerely Expected, Both Given And Accepted.
– Rylan Branch

Words rhyme for a reason, and in this particular case, they rhyme for the reason of opening up the matter for thought and discussion as a different perspective to consider.