Children share their ideas on why it's important to keep self-respect

Self-respect boosts personal development and improves enlightenment about life and those around you.
William Rurangwa, 13 years old
William Rurangwa, 13 years old

1503449025Chanella Uwineza
Chanella Uwineza 

Chanella Uwineza, 12 years old

Self-respect boosts personal development and improves enlightenment about life and those around you.

It empowers a person to be passionate and work hard so that they perform well in everything they handle.

To me this is the most important life value since it’s the foundation to a good life. 

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1503449200Micheal Gime
Micheal Gime 

Micheal Gime, 13 years old

Both at home and school we learn that having self-respect is the first step towards believing in oneself and it builds self-confidence which is necessary for a person to achieve their goals in life.

I have learnt that without self-respect you lose your identity in your community and among your colleagues. 

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1503449361Papius Muhire
Papias Muhire 

Papias Muhire 

From my experience, I believe self-respect can literally affect the way one thinks, acts, as well as performance, whether academic or social.

Our class teacher always tells us that a student with self-respect is always mostly characterised by brilliant ideas, unlike the one who lacks that attribute.

I think self-respect is very important, and thus should be exercised by all people. 

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William Rurangwa, 13 years old

I believe that having high self-respect builds and promotes the spirit of responsibility and confidence in a person.

As students it helps us to make mature decisions in our daily activities, by helping us to know what is good and bad for us. 

 

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