73, ARE YOU RUDE TO YOUR ELDERS? #JacksLifeLessonsForTeenagers, #forabettertomorrow,#teenageempowerment,#teenageinspiration,#ireo,


A firm foundation of morality, respect for elders is necessary to forge meaningful connections within your family and the larger community. It’s important to remember that treating seniors with compassion and respect is important, even though it might be tempting to get caught up in the moment or allow teenage angst take over.

First and foremost, take into account the knowledge, experience and expertise that seniors possess. They have lived a significantly longer life than you, and they frequently have insightful knowledge and life lessons to impart. You lose the chance to gain knowledge from their experiences if you act impolitely. Rather, spend some time listening. Inquire about their background, struggles, and accomplishments. This can help you see things more clearly, and also demonstrates respect.

Additionally, treating seniors with respect contributes to a good reputation. People take note of how you treat other people, so maintaining a constant demeanor of kindness and consideration can pay off in surprising ways. Respect is beneficial in many ways, whether it is for finding a mentor, gaining someone’s trust, or just making the home and school a peaceful place to be.

It’s also important to keep in mind that everyone is entitled to be treated with dignity, regardless of age. In particular, elders have frequently given up and put in a lot of effort to support the younger generation. Reward them for their efforts instead of taking them for granted. Little acts of kindness, such as offering assistance with household duties, expressing gratitude, or exercising patience, can have a significant impact.

Respecting elders entails addressing conflicts with grace, even if you don’t agree with all they say or do. Don’t be rude when expressing your opinions. Recall that respect is reciprocal. You’re more likely to get it back if you demonstrate it.

To sum up, not only is it disrespectful to treat your elders badly, but it also represents a lost opportunity for connection building and personal development. Respect, tolerance, and understanding should be fostered. You will benefit greatly from these traits throughout your life, as they will enable you to create lasting relationships and resolve disputes amicably.

And remember, what goes around, comes around.

Thank you very much for your time. 

This is Jack Lookman signing off. Ire o (I wish you blessings)

Ire kabiti (I wish you loads of blessings).

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