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    years to have an approach to classroom discipline that is rooted in mutual respect for one another. I have one rule that I follow and give my students. That rule is: “Always please be respectful to your faculty and fellow students.” Everything in the classroom can tie back to this rule. Whether we are talking about trash in the classroom, misbehavior, unpreparedness, disruptions, and other items, they all relate to respect because we would not want these things done to us as individuals if we…

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    Since the beginning of her career, The First Lady Michelle Obama has show impeccable respect to herself as a woman, wife, mother and leader, but also has demonstrate respect to others, despite their political differences (Forbes, 2012). A good leader has to uphold respect for others and recognize the opinion of others regardless of differences. Nurse leaders need to implement the same type of leadership skill in their organization. In order to maintain good relations and most importantly…

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    The America I believe in. On January 20th, 1981 Ronald Reagan during his speech A warrior's pledge said “The price for this freedom at times has been high, but we have never been unwilling to pay that price.” I feel this has never been any more true than now. People have fought and died for this country to protect our rights and keep our country free. As a boy scout at every meeting I recite the pledge of allegiance, the law and the scouts oath. The scout oath says on my honor I will do…

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    Certain aspects of a person’s identity, such as a person’s race or class, that is out of their control, are almost always the very first factors that are used to determine their respect. There is a very common belief that Americans are very forward thinking and progressive, not allowing the aforementioned aspects get in the way of their perception of a person is formed. Even though this feel good mindset has been engrained within the nation, its not usually put to practice. Race, and class are…

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    Once they found out that slavery was illegal she forgave them for putting her in slavery and beating her. St. Bakhita also prayed for the living and the dead. When josephine was in slavery she prayed for all people to be treated with kindness and respect so that no one would have to be a slave and live in a dark world. One last Spiritual Work of Mercy the St. Bakhita did was bear wrongs patiently. When Josephine got beaten and sold to other masters she didn’t get mad at them she did what they…

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    their values would be Atticus Finch. He always stuck to his value no matter what anyone else thought of them. Although there are some points where characters may have questioned what they value, they always tried to share their values with others. Respect, courage,…

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    work well to describe the complexities of the culture, Kent Nerburn is able seamlessly integrate aspects of Native American culture into his book, “Neither Wolf nor Dog.” Nerburn displays the past and present aspects of promises, forgiveness, and respect in Native American culture with his interactions with Dan, a Native American elder. Kent Nerburn received a call that would later lead to him to making a promise to a Native American elder, Dan, that he would write a book for him, later…

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    Integrity In The Military

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    Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage, these are the things that hold our Army together. Everyone knows them, but does anyone really understand the importance of these terms. They are lectured over and over again in basic combat training. They are meant to define your character as a soldier and hold as the blueprint to a successful mission of becoming a dependable leader. Regardless if you’re on or off work, these 7 values will keep you in good standing…

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    school, and it didn’t take long for the Army to mold me into a Soldier. Order, discipline, commitment and respect were lessons we all learned fast after raising our hands and swearing in. Those four things have stuck with me throughout my career. Of the seven Army Values, respect really stands out to me because as experience has shown, just a little can go a long way. As a leader, I respect my Soldiers regardless of any differences that we may have. I like to be practical and efficient when…

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    My Nursing Values

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    I have wanted to become a nurse ever since I was a freshman in highschool. Nursing is an empowering difficult profession. After completing the core value assessment I have narrowed down my values to a few including honesty, respect for self, respect for others and courtesy. When coming in contact with these values I will have to set aside my own biases during conflicts with my values. During my nursing career I would want my client and fellow nursing staff to always be honest with me. Regarding…

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