February 2002


The absence of respect from one’s psyche imperils another’s trust.

The absence of respect connotes man’s inhumanity to man, and the absence of music from one’s life.

They’ve lost their “song.”

The presence of respect sends forth love emissions.

Respect is an unassuming resounding force, the stuff that equity and justice are made of.

Respect requires no energy; it’s natural for those who breathe free.

By William Aiken, CPA. Copyright © 1993, reprinted with permission from Aiken’s 1992-1993 Winter Collection.

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