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Respect

Respect

True respect is when you respect someone even after you got to know them. It is easy to respect someone online or from a distance but that is not respect, it’s infatuation. It’s hard to replicate that respect when you know them beyond the perceived persona. Because now they’re not acting, now they’re without their mask, bare and barren. That is when your admiration either turns into loathing or respect.

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