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We must bear in mind that we are responsible for how are our interpersonal relationships. Logically that there are external factors that influence the quality of our relationships with other people but we must be aware that we do with our character and attitude that those relationships are favourable. All our actions must bear in mind that essential legacy we have inherited from our Western Christian culture which has been called the golden rule of human coexistence: do to others what you want us to do and not do to others what we would not like that they make us. It is very important that at all times we recognise and appreciate the dignity of the other person and to treat it well we will get a good deal in reciprocity and thus our relationship will be beneficial to both. Also bearing in mind that we must give more and expect less. To have good relations must persist in being kind in dealing with other people, not expecting anything in return and do not allow what you say or do the other person affects us. We are those who have control over our attitude and our reactions. Of course, this is easier said that doing so but we have to be aware which depends only on us relationships with other people to be effective and mutually beneficial.

100% Of the responsibility is ours. Logically, there are certain circumstances (which hopefully are minimal) when described above does not work or does not apply. Was I could cite, as an example, when the other person’s behavior is intolerable such as acts against the ethics or morality. Depending on the situation, in certain cases, it would be better not to have relations with that person because of its toxic effects. Friendship is one of the relationships that we foster and encourage. Friendship is pure and selfless, personal affection shared with another person, who is born and strengthens with the treatment. Friendship, that occurs at different stages of life, is one of the most common interpersonal relationships we have.

Friendship is born when you have something in common with another person. One of the most beautiful relations of friendship is with those with those who have shared is time and experiences during the school years, the years of academic or professional training in any Institute or centre of learning, in some work in particular or when carried out something that is common to both. Many times they may have spent many years between one meeting and another, but when the occasion presents itself immediately rekindles that noble sentiment. Now, thanks to the great advances in Internet it is possible to resume contact with friends no matter where they are and the Exchange is very fast. Friendship is a value that we must care for and since it is very important for our development, our stability as well as to improve our society. True friendship is a selfless relationship where there is trust, mutual respect, generosity, loyalty, sincerity, loyalty, understanding, honesty and affection which are values that allow us to autorrealizarnos, to develop our potential, to live life to the fullest and be happy. In summary, the relationships we have and We maintain with other people are crucial for the success and happiness.

his critical ability to knowledge itself at all times. (3) Another very serious injury against the autonomy of the new Education Act, is contained in paragraph 3 of the aforementioned article 34. which specifies in relation to the choice of the University authorities the following: choose and appoint their authorities based on participatory democracy, leading role and mandate revocable, to the full exercise and in equality of conditions of the political rights of the people of the University community: teachers, professors, students, administrative staff, workers, graduates and egresadas workers. A Council should be elected Comptroller consisting of the members of the University community.In effect, the Constitution of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in its article 109, defined the University community when he says: the State will recognize University autonomy as a principle and hierarchy that allows teachers, professors, students, estudiantas, graduates and graduates of their community, devote to the pursuit of knowledge through scientific, technological and humanistic research, for spiritual benefit and material of the nation… This constitutional provision sought to be modified in the reform of our Magna Carta, submitted for consideration by the people of Venezuela on December 2 for the year 2007. The reform Article 109 which was presented to the nation was as follows: the law shall ensure the joint vote of students and the students, teachers and professors, workers and University workers to elect authorities; He will consecrate the right of suffrage to all the teachers who have entered for competition, from the rank of instructor or instructor up to holder and establish the standards for University elections are decided in a single round. The reform in its entirety was denied on December 2 of the year 2007 by the people and therefore as such reform was rejected, is necessary to continue to apply article 109 of the Constitution and the University community will be integrated in the manner provided in this rule because one through an organic law can not modify the text of a constitutional provision.Therefore, when the National Assembly placed them in the new organic law of education not only is in contravention of the vote popular, what constitutes a sign of barbarism and thus, reprehensible and immoral action, but that such action is also absolutely unconstitutional.