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Won a county wide essay contest got to meet Margrat Thatcher Respect Many people have ideas on how to reclaim the virtue and morality that made America a great nation However the only sure way that everyone can achieve this goal is if parents start teaching and demonstrating respect to their kids The dictionary defines respect as- to have regard for the quality of a person or to refrain from obtruding upon or interfering with The problem with society today is that there is a complete lack of respect The lack of respect is evident everywhere people have no respect for the law they have no respect for their peers and they definitely do not have any respect for themselves What parents need to do is from an early age teach their kids to respect everyone from the person sitting next to them in school to their coworkers in the future People do not understand how much better the nation would be if the respect was there Even if some parents do not teach their kids this valuable trait if enough people are taught to respect others it will catch on In most cases if someone shows respect to someone else that person is more likely to respect them back causing a chain reaction Right now not enough parents are teaching their kids respect and this causes violence crimes and can even lead to drug use It is easy to see how these problems can be easily solved or would be nonexistent if their was respect Violence would not be a problem because no one would fight if they had respect for the other person The next problem is crime Nobody is going to steal or vandalize someones property if they respect them One other problem is drug use this would not be a problem is people respected themselves enough to not
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