But don’t confuse what I said with a distorted form of what I said.
If our priorities are rectified as they should be, we couldn’t possibly disrespect others if we’re mindful of our deep awareness of God’s closeness to us, and His loving and demanding desires for us, that we become like His Son.
His Son didn’t disrespect others, and neither should we. And it was clear Whose will He prayed and followed.
It’s a matter of integrating our actions in line with our desire to please God, and thus all our interactions with others will have the sweet tone of the Holy Spirit, spilling out of us.