My schools motto is 'treat people how you would like to be treated'. I completely agree with this phrase. You should treat people how you would like to be treated. Maybe, if you treat your most loathed teacher with respect instead of making fun of him/her, your teacher will learn to be more kind to you and stop being unfair to you. Maybe if you give part of your lunch to the person who forgot theirs, they might give you some of their lunch when you forget yours. They do say what goes around comes around for a reason. And just because someone doesn't treat you like they would like to be treated doesn't mean you should do the the same to them. If you are nice to them, you might become friends and if not, we just know who the more mature, better person is then, don't we? Me being a child myself, I know that this paticulary happens among classes of children, and I can't say that i haven't done this before, when I child shuns another child just because of the look of them. Maybe on the first day I met him I argued with him or perhaps that girl over there looks a little strange so I won't treat her like a human being. THIS IS WRONG!
Everyone deserves to be treated the same way as everyone else. Everyone has done this, or does this, even mature, fully grown adults do this. But if you really get to know that person, you realize that they are not so bad after all. I have gained many friends that I have previously thought wrong of, just because something happened that caused me not to like them. So it just goes to show that you should never judge a book by it's cover.