Respect your elders!
Nation First's Dr Moxie says we must pay respects to those who have built our society and not just the elders of one ethnic grouping.
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By the Moxie Philosopher
“To be ignorant of the lives of the most celebrated men of antiquity is to continue in a state of childhood all our days.”
At its core, the welcome to country is supposed to be about respecting the elders of home.
But we should be mindful to remember where we come from, what makes our home and to whom respect is due.
Philosophers have long debated the concept of respect.
At its core, showing respect is about clarifying where we hold value in life, our family and community.
The important questions we ask ourselves as a society engage those core values that we hold dear: integrity, honour, kindness, generosity and compassion, just to name a few.
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It is simply good manners to show respect for those that made our society and our lands of opportunity as they are.
Here in the West, we are privileged enough to have clean running water, electricity, educated minds and we are able to freely engage in a spiritual and religious life; unlike places such as Nigeria and China, we live in relative paradise.
So, if we are to show respect to our forbearers who exactly should we be acknowledging?
Find out by reading on…
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