"If someone else in the group does something well, you can applaud and say ‘bravo!’ When others say things like that to me, I feel really happy. If the others are encouraging, I want to keep practicing and working. I can help people who don’t succeed. I can show my friend what to do and then if my friend doesn’t succeed, I can support her and help her so that she succeeds with the exercise. When I’m at home and my mum asks for help, I can help her and do what she asks, even if I don’t feel like it. And at school, if the teacher asks, I can go up to the board and write the answer and in the end I can get applause from my friends."
”You should be honest and not lie to other people. If you are in a class, you have to be honest. If you are honest, you will have fewer problems with people, because people will trust you and say ‘you can trust her’ and that’s good. Sometimes it’s hard to be honest; a lot of people lie. But if you ask God, you can be a more honest person. At home, if someone has taken money and mum asks and you know who took the money, it’s important to tell the truth if you’ve seen something. If you’re honest, you tell the truth – if you lie, it will be hard.”
”You should respect leaders, opponents, referees and teammates. If I’ve done something wrong and hurt someone on the pitch, it’s respectful to apologize to that person. And playing by the rules of fair play, greeting each other before the match, and cheering each other on. You should listen to the referee’s signs and decisions, even if he’s made a mistake. On another day, maybe he won’t make the same mistake again. As captain, I can speak calmly with the referee but you shouldn’t argue with your teammates, opponents or the referee on the pitch. Respect means being polite and listening to your teachers at school, and to your parents at home, because they can help you in life.”