Humility and Loyalty: A Twist

Did you know that the covering of pride is humility just as loyalty shields rebels from the mere eyes; meanwhile, accomplishments and track record beautifies pride of life?

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Did you know that the covering of pride is humility just as loyalty shields rebels from the mere eyes; meanwhile, accomplishments and track record beautifies pride of life?

…I beg your pardon, please read first para over again till you see the light.

Very much royalty from both parent, and from a territory that keeps bowing while greeting in very high esteem I can categorically say bowing is a communication of humility and loyalty.
Well, in this era it should be known that it is far beyond bowing.

Everyone who serves, does for a reward. Yes, the expected reward may differ so do not term the one serving for money as not loyal and paint the other serving for positional advantage or for security/immunity the loyalty brings as loyal.
Everyone serves for a reward based on their peculiar need, tangible or intangible!

So, as early stated on bowing. We must begin to teach our wards that humility, loyalty and honour is beyond bowing to greet an elderly person.
Oh! Or we parents must begin to see all of that beyond bowing, yes! so we can properly discern bowing dis-loyal children within our community and put them aright.

How, can a younger one bow all down to greet a superior and switches to insult another person in his/her generation on same bowing posture and before the superior?
Yes, it’s possible because they felt once they have their knees to the ground then they’re perceived to be respectful.

Ehn… little wonder after they get up from their bowed greeting state, the rest of the conversation is filled with disregard and has no honour any further; also is why they find it difficult to honour their age group abi it’s mate.

Did you know this is thesame reason we have our bowing ones more often be the saboteur in our moves?

It’s all because consciously or un-consciously in error we have taught them that it starts and ends in bowing while greeting.