1. The more you know and respect yourself, the more impact you will have on people around you.
2. Anger isn’t violent in and of itself. The power of anger can be respected, and voiced respectfully. You may have to wait until you’re not quite so mad and when your words can be calm.
3. You can’t force someone to respect you, but you can refuse to be disrespected.
4. You learn about anger in the family you grow up in; you watch and listen to the adults around you who model for you how and when to express it. And you learn that it can be respected, that it can be avoided, or that it can be abusive.
5. Without appreciation and respect for other people, true leadership becomes ineffective, if not impossible.
6. "There is nothing (none) having a greater sense of Ghira (self-respect) than Allah."
[Sahih al-Bukhari 5222]
7. YOUR MOOD SHOULD
8. Respecting someone indicate the quality of your personality.
9. Respect is appreciation of the separateness of the other person, of the ways in which he or she is unique
10. Putting yourself first is not selfish. Thinking about yourself constantly is selfish. Please respect the difference
11. Modesty is the crown of A Muslimah.
Hijab forces a man to look at a woman with respect rather than as an object.
12. Brothers Learn the meaning of Hijab for men. its not something for women only. Lower you gaze & respect women.
13. This is how you start to get respect, by offering something that you have
14. Respect yourself and other will respect you.
15. Sometimes the boundaries need reinforcing from time to time. This may sound like a parent-child relationship - and it is that way. But we are not doing it in an authoritarian way, we are doing it in a friendly, supportive way. But we are also being assertive about our boundaries being understood and respected.
16. Talk with beauty or beautify yourself with silence.