Respect

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    • #17216

      Ingrid
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      How do you show respect to older people in your country?

    • #17243

      kendralala
      Participant

      elder relatives, I kiss their hands. But to elder people not related by blood, I just say something polite and greetings 😀

    • #18956

      Yvanne Garcia
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      elder relatives, I get their hand and, like, tap the back of their hand onto my forehead. it’s a tradition in my country. it’s somewhat kissing their hands too. and say polite greetings.

    • #19570

      xelaiehm
      Participant

      We are asking for blessings from the elders. Getting their hand, tap it on our forehead and say “mano po” (eng.bless me) and and the elders will say “God Bless You”.

    • #19591

      Dick
      Participant

      I might not look like but I am pretty old

    • #45668

      jkct01
      Participant

      We called them Sir with our head a bit bowed.

    • #46555

      angie10
      Participant

      I guess in just the same way as you would another person. You greet them when you see them, you don’t answer back and choose your words wisely when you’re around them.

    • #46620

      cgalavia
      Participant

      Kiss their hands and also hold it unto my forehead.It’s a tradition here in my country Philippines,Say polite greetings like,”Po” Opo”.

    • #46844

      realityspeaks
      Participant

      Yes, we should respect our elders. Furthermore, if you don’t give respect, you don’t get respect.

    • #46861

      Maricel
      Participant

      by following the simple rules by our country in that way we can help our country to show our respect in some little way.

    • #46890

      moondebi
      Participant

      We touch their feet.

    • #46920

      waflay
      Participant

      Just by shaking hands and then there is no way an elderly person should stand when a young person is seated,one has to offer the seat as a way of respect.

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