Honesty and Respect - Richa Solanki

Honesty is one of the important assets for all of us. Honesty doesn’t come naturally, but it is an internal process of adopting it through a self point of view. It is the responsibility of educators to the guild and gives our children the benefit of an excellent character. Instead of angrily speaking with a child for dishonesty. It is important to let them know that they can count on each other to speak the truth, no matter how difficult it may be. It is essential for a child to know that once trust is broken, it is hard to get it back. So a clear statement should be given on honesty rather than punishment for immoral behaviour.

They should be motivated for their reliability and should be encouraged to tell the truth. 'Honesty is the best policy’ should be taught to children with high moral values. It will make a huge impact on society. An educator should make them understand that honesty is the key to success. Tolerance, patience, analysis, and trust are the best tools it can be used to help kids adopt honesty. You can help your child to correct their mistakes with forgiveness that can result in self-realisation and help them to take steps to correct their mistakes on their own. Parents and teachers should make children understand the difference between such lies and honesty by having a discussion when they are in need. 
When building trust through honesty, be prepared for the other person to share their honest thoughts about your work and how it affects them.  Students will not grow in an environment where the teacher oversteps their authority. And it is also important that students must also respond to what their teachers taught them and learning to listen is a part of learning  and self-respect involves respecting the beliefs of others. Students must understand the value of good manners and exercising good manners properly.
First, to become an honest person, you must be honest with yourself and with others also. And another thing is to learn to apologise and accepting responsibility for apologizing for mistake and wrongdoing. It makes you feel good from another's point of view. We should allow each other to have and express our own views, whether we agree with them or not because it shows respect for others views and it doesn't mean that we are always right. We must respect others decision also.
Richa Solanki
The Fabindia School

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