It's about what we recognize the most beautiful traits in people - our family, siblings, cousins, friends, everyday people that come and go, our teachers, the people who fill some small conversations everyday.
Who we decide to treat special, give our time to, help soulfully others around us, who we spend time listening to, understanding their woes and problems, trying to empathize - those are all decisions that we make.
As humans, it's a decidable factor who we wish to avoid, and who we wish to love enough to consider being open with them, and overall, trying to be a human around them.
Adult hood is sick to some degree - pretending that all is right when it isn't right in many places, pretending everyone knows exactly what to do, which just isn't true. In these circumstances, appreciating the efforts of every one pulling a bit of themselves more and more everyday - asking themselves to be a better person every day is nothing less of being an admirable and respectful trait.