Respect is relative and can change at any timeWinston Churchill arrived in a taxi for an interview at the BBC office. The taxi driver was asked to wait until the interview was over. The driver said: No. Now comes Churchill's lecture. I need to hear that. Churchill felt insulted. He paid the driver twice as much as the original taxi collie. The driver, overwhelmed with joy, said: I can wait as long as you want. Let Churchill go anywhere and perish!
Only be interested in what is at hand, until you get something better than what is at hand. Most people go after it when it comes to something else that breaks the joy they currently get. Those who go after everything will never get anything. Those who are not consistent in anything will have no affection for anything. The main purpose of the fan base, which often follows dignitaries, is not to imitate or follow them. Sometimes their only goal is to gain fame by worshiping celebrities. When the benefit they receive ends, they will stop worshiping.
People's respect is relative. There will always be very few who are respected by all time and by all. No one can rise or grow according to the price set by the crowd.