Who’s More Worthy of Respect?

Without one principle uniting us all, we are all at the whims and mercy of some person or group that is the dominant deciding force … and that uses their philosophy, whether it is religious, political, economic, racial, etc. to divide and conquer for his/her or their own benefit.

With a globally accepted principle, we will be able to surpass all “qualifiers” that serve the few versus the many.

By Connecting the Dots … with the globally accepted The RESPECT PRINCIPLE, we choose a “win win” for all … because the only “qualifier” is being a life.

The details on how to transform our world based on our newly accepted principle then becomes the challenge, but people are innovative and creative … and once driven by valuing … respecting … all life, people will be inspired and motivated to design and develop new ways of creating and living in our world.

… then all the energy previously spent on deciding “Who’s more worthy of respect” will instead be channelled into all things positive versus negative … and we will rewrite history rather than repeating it.

October 28, 2014

Kaitlin Ann Trepanier
The RESPECT SPECIALIST … AUTHOR … PLAYWRIGHT … KEYNOTE SPEAKER … CONSULTANT

Connecting the Dots … with The RESPECT PRINCIPLE … because every child … every person … should know, by their own experience, they are valued … RESPECTED. ©

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“The people who are crazy enough …”

“The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world … are the ones who do.”

Steve Jobs, Apple Computer founder

Quoted from the Remstar film “Jobs” with Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs.

So the question begged is, “Am I crazy enough to think I can change the world by raising Respect Levels through my education, entertainment, and inspirational company and creations … you bet! Why? Because I believe every life is valuable … and by valuing … respecting every life we will diminish our world’s problems instead of each other … and we will therefore do our part in raising the standard of living and quality of life of all people. Now that is a legacy I hope and pray we will leave instead of a repetition of what has gone before … again and again.

If you do too … order your copy of Connecting the Dots … with The RESPECT PRINCIPLE book so we can work together on our lofty, idealistic, yet logical, practical, and compassionate goal … now. 60 pages that will shift your perspective and enrich your life … and all those you impact. Perfect for school and organizational discussions … great gift too. Written for the global literacy level to reach the masses to effect the greatest change.

Of course, there is the play, Charles’ Choice, for students and the public to present the concept to their schools and communities … includes a Director’s Guide for schools and communities without school drama clubs and local theatre groups … designed instead for gymnasium floors and community halls. A documentary is also planned that will include a workshop production of the play for the community who presents the strongest case for their community to be the forerunner of this global initiative.

Want to keep it even simpler? Book a keynote address where I will reveal to your audience how to Connect the Dots … with The RESPECT PRINCIPLE for the benefit of your school, community or organization’s goals … and their own.

Thank you for wanting to learn more about what you can do to help free people’s potential and manifest world peace and for taking action that calls for more than a donation or a “Like.”

Sincerely,
Kaitlin Ann Trepanier
The RESPECT SPECIALIST … AUTHOR … PLAYWRIGHT … KEYNOTE SPEAKER … CONSULTANT

Connecting the Dots … with The RESPECT PRINCIPLE … because every child … every person … should know, by their own experience, they are valued … RESPECTED. ©

Standing Up Against Bullying … Aggression … Tyranny Costs, But …

But not standing up costs a lot more … if people had acted sooner, Adolf Hitler would not have been able to inflict the horror on the millions of people … not only in concentration camps, but all around the world.

Peace is always the goal but for peace to be attainable, Respect Levels must rise beyond what they have been and what they are now.

How they will rise is by people Connecting the Dots … with The RESPECT PRINCIPLE because it is not based on any qualifier … politics … religion … social status … race … etc.

A life is a life and taking one, except out of protection and to stop bullying … aggression … tyranny demonstrates not only the lowest Respect Level for other people, but also for one’s self … because when one truly values … respects … his or her self, a person is then capable of valuing other lives and no longer requires the need to control others to feel okay about themselves.

My prayers, and hopefully many other people’s prayers tonight, will go out not only to the soldier shot point-blank outside Canada’s Parliament today, but for those who inflicting such horror … so their pain will ease and they will see clearly that bullying … aggression … tyranny … and hate only begets violence for their violence.

October 22, 2014

Kaitlin Ann Trepanier
The RESPECT SPECIALIST … AUTHOR … PLAYWRIGHT … KEYNOTE SPEAKER … CONSULTANT

Connecting the Dots … with The RESPECT PRINCIPLE … because every child … every person … should know, by their own experience, they are valued … RESPECTED. ©

Becoming a Girl … Again

Not a girly girl in my childhood years, later on “dressing” became the tool to attract male attention … but it wasn’t until I met someone special that I felt inspired to dress in soft, feminine, flowing clothes instead of the tailored attire I had worn mostly till then.

Pretty lace and ruffles, long flowing dresses, and skirts had appealed to me for years, but were viewed by my circles as frivolous and strange for everyday wear, even for special occasions because no one we knew wore them. Poet-inspired ruffled blouses or a fine, white, almost transparent cotton shirts, pants, and dresses seemed divine … but impractical in the world I lived in.

Self-conscious about my height because of all the teasing I endured as a young teen because I stood above the majority and later because the men I had dated and been married to were my height, heels were not favored by any of them.

But when I slipped on a pair of black patent pumps with three-inch heels to complement my long legs that were barely covered by a well-fitted, long-sleeved black knit dress and finally stood beside him in a dance embrace, the three-inch heels had pushed me up close to his height that motivated him to say, “A perfect fit.”

Years have gone by and no one since sighed the way he did when I walked down the hall with long hair and fabrics billowing in the breeze created by my purposeful stride.

After a “series of unfortunate events” we went our separate ways, professionally and personally, and though on occasion I put on a dress or heels for an evening out dancing with friends, putting on a dress never felt the same as it did back then … when I wore the clothes we both liked … for me and for him.

Interestingly enough, as my Respect Level continues to rise, more and more I feel the desire again to wear what I choose … what makes me feel like a girl again … not out to attract male’s attention … but to satisfy my own true tastes and preferences … because of how it makes me feel good about being me … and a girl again.

Astounding I am finding the experience as my Respect Level raises higher and higher … revealing truths, talents, beauty, and more that resides in each of us when we are more whole in our sense of being … because we are growing into our self-worth.

And yes, I do hope again, that one day I will feel what I felt when his eyes looked upon me … and he sighed with his whole being.

October 1, 2014

Kaitlin Ann Trepanier
The RESPECT SPECIALIST

Connecting the Dots … with The RESPECT PRINCIPLE author and altruistic entrepreneur … because every child … every person … should know, by their own experience, they are valued … RESPECTED. ©