The Foilable of Respect

Thank you for having respect for what you believe I do and what you believe I am capable of doing. That you would see my potential and find it laudable is motivating.  That you would admit to always “looking up” to me is humbling.

But what I do is not me.

What happens on the day that I can no longer do? Where goes it at a time when I choose to no longer act?

All that will be left is me. And she is worthy of being respected in that most basic form.

Simply because she is me.

So if you can show no respect to her beyond the construct of her doing then you have disrespected her greatly.

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