Most people go through life and constantly hear about the word RESPECT but don’t know what it means. RESPECT is the esteem for a sense of the worth or excellence of a person. RESPECT means if there is someone like an elder, teacher or counsellor, you wouldn’t just push them and say, “get out of my way’’. RESPECT means: don’t be rude, always be kind and treat others the way you want to be treated. RESPECT needs to be in everything we do. Here are some examples of RESPECT and disrespect. The example of RESPECT are kind words like: thank you, please and excuse me. The example of disrespect is Donald trump and how he looks upon women, also his view on minorities and his arrogance. If you just care about yourself and still want RESPECT from your peers, people will talk about you behind your back and won’t want to do anything with you. Have RESPECT!
Post Views: 106 It’s never too early to start preparing for the rest of your life and the Ontario Black Youth Action Plan Together We Can Mentorship Program focuses on just that. Over the course of two days on August 29th and 30th, 2018, students came together to celebrate the end of the successful first […]
Post Views: 57 The Omoluabi Newspaper joined the Windsor Express to celebrate Multicultural Week and the end of their Youth Violence Prevention Campaign. Taking place at Windsor’s WFCU centre, youth gathered together to go over the 9 principles of Omoluabi through different outlets including poetry, speeches and a short film. Dinner was served to close […]
Post Views: 89 Do you know that the tongue is part of our bodies components, but if you don’t pay close attention, it can be like a sharp sword? The scriptures say it has the power to bless or curse. Therefore, we must not take lightly the words that come out of our mouths because […]