Respect two things: Skin and “No.”

Respect is a boat; it ferries us to each other. 

Respect others; do this by shutting up. 

Respecting — it’s not over-directing. 

Over-respecting ourselves results in under-respecting others. 

Even total respect is no blank check.  

It is by keeping the private, private that we respect the public.

Deep respect lies in the shallows of a good plan. 

Death — it’s the late road to respect.

We tend to respect those above us and inspect those beside us.

Listening is the second highest form of respect; doing what we are told is the first. 

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