mindfulness > respect
Once you step outside yourself and start being a self-monitoring being…once you decide to be open and critical upon the things you face in daily life… once you show curiosity and patience for the differences among people… once you take yourself back to get to know yourself and thus represent a greater “you”…once you appreciate your very self and can seize yourself…. once all the reflection and thoughts combine and come closer to what I d call wholesome you ll be able to provide sth. which is much greater than respect… … you ll be able to listen and understand the people you meet…appreciate them…learn from them… understand the profit you gain due to differences… give advices so specific and so valuable… cause MINDsharing evokes, the most honoring form for deep admiration for someone based upon their abilities, qualities or achievements
respect (def.): A feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements.
mindfulness (def.):being completely in touch with and aware of the present moment, as well as taking a non-evaluative and non-judgmental approach to your inner experience.