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Respect is the trunk of the tree of discipline

Without respect, especially mutual respect, we can't expect true discipline. Often we mistake compliance with discipline. But compliance only looks like discipline and it is often abandoned at the first possible chance.  Discipline is what drive us internally to do the right things in life, the good things in life. Often not the easy things in life.

Was "respect is a part of discipline, as a branch is a part of a tree".

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