Good morning to everyone in this room. I would like to thank the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends for allowing me to speak to you today about respecting elders. Everyone should learn the discipline of respecting elders. Respecting someone doesn’t require you to follow their instructions exactly.
Even if you pay close attention to what they say, it will change things significantly. From them, you may learn a lot of things because they have more experience than you have. The route you are now on has been traveled by them. Asking for advice from them won’t make you weak, but it will speed up your understanding of the world.
Elders need to be respected to get unselfish help and to feel content and joyful. As they have a lot of knowledge and can assist you in making plans for the future, helping elders is a subtle way to honor them. When you respect elders, they feel honored and they will always be there for you.
Your future and career will be boosted by their advice and life lessons, which will help you become more adaptable. As far as work, education, family, and maturity go, they are far more experienced. They are deserving of this since they have overcome numerous obstacles. Nonetheless, there are drawbacks to mistreating or otherwise mistreating elderly.
In conclusion, respecting elders will improve your quality of life, broaden your knowledge and wisdom, and offer you a profound sense of fulfillment. Also, it will benefit you on a physical, mental, spiritual, and financial level. Thank you.