Stop Gossip !

Spotlight Values : May 31, 2011 10:17 am : Respect


Relationships thrive on trust and respect. Do you want to waste your life talking negatively about others? How would you feel if you knew people were gossiping about you? It takes courage to reject such a powerful and destructive habit. Stop expecting others to be the way you want them to be. Do not control them by imposing your expectations. Today I will completely stop this habit of talking about someone behind their back.
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Communicating respectfully !

Spotlight Values : May 27, 2011 8:48 pm : Respect


Clear a misunderstanding by communicating respectfully. Communicate your feelings. Before you speak, choose the right environment. Be open and honest. Be generous and good-hearted. Today, I will address misundertandings immediately to converse energy, prevent conflict and enhance my relationships.
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Respect and honor role models !

Spotlight Values : May 26, 2011 9:32 pm : Respect


They may be seniors and philosophers, family members who have loved you unconditionally, people who have taught you by their example, role models who have inspired your personal best, or anyone who has shaped your thinking. Today I will honor and give respect to all those who had made a positive difference in my life.
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Embracing Alternatives !

Spotlight Values : May 25, 2011 8:02 am : Respect


Respect means wholeheartedly embracing alternatives. Consider the possibility that your way of doing things is not the only way. Other methods may be just a valid. Consider deeply your personal rules – are they so essential that everyone should do the same? Do not criticize anyone thinking that you are always smart and right. Today I will learn to adapt and respect alternative points of view.Share your comments

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Asking for advice !

Spotlight Values : May 24, 2011 5:30 pm : Respect


A younger person may have a simpler approach to life, or a more adventurous one. Or they may see the bigger picture. Their opinion will help you step out of your comfort zone and try something new. Today I will have the respect and humility to ask a younger person for advice.Share your comments

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Deepest Respect

Spotlight Values : May 23, 2011 2:56 pm : Respect


A traditional Indian greeting is to hold both plams together in fornt of you, as if in prayer, and greet or say farewell to someone by speaking the word namaste, meaning: “I bow to light within you.” It is a gesture of the deepest respect. Use it whenever you feel that the customary salutations are inadequate to express your regard.Share your comments

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Appreciating the mystery !

Spotlight Values : May 21, 2011 10:32 am : Respect


Valuing the unique role of each person, I acknowledge even the smallest contribution. I am considerate of the needs of others, and leave room for people to be their true selves. When unfathomable events or people cross my path, I appreciate their mystery without making hasty judgments. Today I will honor the various opinions, cultures etc within our lives by filling the light of trust and respect.Share your comments

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Forgiving Freely

Spotlight Values : May 19, 2011 12:55 pm : Respect


Respect means forgiving freely. Forgiveness is the natural condition of the spirit, a petal on the flower of love. when we forgive we are giving out positive energy: some of that energy, at the deepest level, will always be gratefully received and aptly used.Share your comments

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Encouraging others !

Spotlight Values : May 17, 2011 1:25 pm : Respect


Respect means boosting someone’s confidence through positive feedback – motivate, inspire, give courage, remove doubts. Reassure them of their capacity to succeed. Appreciate them for their efforts. Play the role of mentor. Encouragement is an easy form of giving respect. Rather than doing a task for someone, encourage them to do it for themselves.Share your comments

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Accepting others

Spotlight Values : May 16, 2011 5:13 pm : Respect


Respect means accepting others as they are. Why waste time and energy trying to change someone else’s behaviour? Perhaps you are the only one who wants them to change. They only person you the power to change is yourself. Today I will adapt, be flexible, and adjust my expectations.vShare your comments

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