How many people lived in the world, so many they supported these traditions, and besides created new ones. Such as, for example, the tradition of respect for elders. And it seems to me that she appeared somehow by herself, just during the conversation.
Respect for elders is not a ritual that repeats only a few times a year. We must support it every day. I do not mean that we have to tell our parents and grandparents that we respect them, because words are just words. And words must be supported by actions. And how can we prove to the elders that we really respect them? Is it very difficult? How much effort do you need to add to this? In my opinion, this is not difficult at all and does not need almost any effort. Just a little. It is not at all difficult to give way to a tram or trolleybus. But this is already a sign of respect for the elders. It is not difficult to stand at all, but it will be pleasant for the grandmother to sit. This act is a trifle, but it shows an educated
person, or not. The boy, who roosts in a crowded bus, and there is a tired grandmother standing next to him, does not inspire respect at all. And sometimes it happens that she asks him to give way, and the boy refuses. This, in my opinion, is already quite rudeness!
In addition, you should always be polite. If you want to ask something, you have to say “please,” and when you get what you want, you have to thank. You can not raise the voice of adults. It will be simply indecent. We do not always agree with them, but we still need to restrain ourselves. If someone from adults addresses you, you should always listen without interrupting, and only then express your thoughts. Since it is impolite to get in, or worse, to scuffle or scream. If I do not agree with the older people’s mind, I say this calmly, without crying and din. Although sometimes I feel like flaring, I try to hold back. Disrespect will also get into the conversation of adults, and if you really want to say something, you must first apologize for the intervention, and then talk. There are other rules that apply to communication. To people, which occupy different places in your life, you must and apply differently. If it’s a teacher or a stranger, you need to call it on you, because you can only call the closest people who are older than you: mother, father, grandmother or grandfather. Aunt and other relatives should be called only on you.