14 quotes on respect by His Holiness Dalai Lama.

1. Love for others and respect for their rights and dignity, no matter who or what they are - these are ultimately all we need.
Love for others and respect for their rights and dignity, no matter who or what they are - these are ultimately all we need.
2. I believe the ultimate source of blessings is within us. A good motivation and honesty bring self-confidence, which attracts the trust and respect of others.
I believe the ultimate source of blessings is within us. A good motivation and honesty bring self-confidence, which attracts the trust and respect of others.
3. If, instead of anger, hatred and suspicion, we are moved by loving-kindness, we will naturally have greater respect for others and our actions will be non-violent.
If, instead of anger, hatred and suspicion, we are moved by loving-kindness, we will naturally have greater respect for others and our actions will be non-violent.
4. If we cultivate respect for others and our motivation is sincere, if we develop a genuine concern for others’ well-being, then all our actions will be positive.
If we cultivate respect for others and our motivation is sincere, if we develop a genuine concern for others’ well-being, then all our actions will be positive.
5. Peace has a great deal to do with warm-heartedness and respect for the lives of others, avoiding doing them harm and regarding their lives as being as precious as our own.
Peace has a great deal to do with warm-heartedness and respect for the lives of others, avoiding doing them harm and regarding their lives as being as precious as our own.
6. Instead of getting angry nurture a deep caring and respect for troublemakers because by creating such trying circumstances they provide us with invaluable opportunities to practice tolerance and patience.
Instead of getting angry nurture a deep caring and respect for troublemakers because by creating such trying circumstances they provide us with invaluable opportunities to practice tolerance and patience.
7. Human rights violations are related to anger and a lack of respect. We can counter these tendencies by cultivating warm-heartedness and concern for others.
Human rights violations are related to anger and a lack of respect. We can counter these tendencies by cultivating warm-heartedness and concern for others.
8. If you are motivated by a wish to help on the basis of kindness, compassion, and respect, then you can carry on any kind of work, in any field, and function more effectively.
If you are motivated by a wish to help on the basis of kindness, compassion, and respect, then you can carry on any kind of work, in any field, and function more effectively.
9. If we have a good heart, a warm heart, warm feelings, we will be happy and satisfied ourselves, and our friends will experience a friendly and peaceful atmosphere as well.
If we have a good heart, a warm heart, warm feelings, we will be happy and satisfied ourselves, and our friends will experience a friendly and peaceful atmosphere as well.
10. Genuine respect will come about if we have more contact with one another and come to understand each other’s values.
Genuine respect will come about if we have more contact with one another and come to understand each other’s values.
11. Peace in the world depends on peace within. If we have that we can approach problems in a spirit of compassion, dialogue and respect for the rights of others—always a better solution than resorting to a use of weapons and force.
Peace in the world depends on peace within. If we have that we can approach problems in a spirit of compassion, dialogue and respect for the rights of others—always a better solution than resorting to a use of weapons and force.
12. Mutual respect is the foundation of genuine harmony.
Mutual respect is the foundation of genuine harmony.
13. When you practice gratefulness, there is a sense of respect toward others.
When you practice gratefulness, there is a sense of respect toward others.
14. Love is the absence of judgment.
Love is the absence of judgment.