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Date Posted: 07:45:48 05/24/05 Tue
Author: Eppy
Subject: Perhaps Our Definition of Respect Differs a Bit Stan
In reply to: stan 's message, "I don't think anyone ever loses that right" on 20:24:58 05/23/05 Mon

I respect people's rights to be indivudual. I respect people who try to do good. When I think of the term respect, I generally think of someone that I would like to be like. As far as the right to be treated humanely, I believe all people deserve that right...reguardless of their actions. I agree that all people should be treated well and with kindness by virtue of the fact that they are our sisters and brothers and as you pointed out...children of our Heavenly Father, but I think that respect is something that one earns by their actions.

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