Respect

The Prophet, who acquire the highest rank among mankind, was always humble.

Despite being very confident of his stand, never once did he directly negate those who debated or contradicted him. Soft explanation penetrates better than a sharp affirmation.

There are various right ways to

correct others, but it’s definitely not merely by standing firm to what you believe is true.

By strictly declaring someone is wrong, you’ll win an argument but you’ll lose an enormous amount of respect.

A silent tongue isn’t a reflection of an agreement, but a deflection against the absence of your value.

Whether it’s a friend or foe, touch with the heart, not with the tongue.

Because respect, once dead, shall never resurrect.

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