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Good manners

Good Manner

Good manners cost nothing. By practicing basic good manners, we are showing those around us that we respect them and are considerate to their feelings. This makes them feel better, and us too. Here are 10 simple and basic manners to follow: Say ‘Please’ Say ‘Thank You’ Wait Your Turn Say ‘Excuse Me’ Ask Permission Knock on Closed Doors Don’t Use Foul Language Don’t Tease Say ‘Pardon Me’ Offer to Read More
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Respecting Religion

Respecting Religions

Respecting Religions You must not only respect your own religion and beliefs, but you must also respect other people’s religion and beliefs. You also must understand that every person has the right to choose his or her religion. Remember, all humans are equal, regardless of their religion or the festivals they celebrate. Don’t forget to wish your friends: Gong Xi Fa Cai! Selamat Hari Raya! Happy Deepavali! Merry Christmas!   Read More
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Respect

Respect

“What is respect”? Everyone’s a little bit different. That’s okay, though, so long as you take time to treat everyone in a way that makes them feel cared for and important. Respect is the ability to recognize and appreciate the rights, beliefs, practices, and differences of other people.
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Kindness

Kindness

“What is Kindness”? Kindness is the act of being caring or warm in spirit. An example of kindness is asking a lost person if they need directions. Kindness, it’s part of human nature. Even small acts of kindness make us feel more satisfied and content, and as we practice kindness it shifts our nervous system making us happier and healthier.
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Responsibility

“What is responsibility ?” Responsibility means you do the things you are supposed to do and accept the results of your actions. A few acts of responsibility that you can adopt at home are washing dishes, folding your clothes, keeping shoes at designated places and following a routine. For example, your parents expect you to brush your teeth. Brushing your teeth is “a responsibility” and it is your responsibility to Read More
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