From time to time, we read of people who are offended at not being treated with what they consider due respect and deference. “Do you know who I am?” they shout indignantly. And we are reminded of the statement, “If you have to tell people who you are, you probably really aren’t who you think you are.”
People who demand respect is usually not the one deserving it. The one deserving it will get the respect according to his words and actions.