There are two kinds of people in the world, those that talk the talk and those that walk the walk. The former focuses their life around talking about doing things that they never do and the latter will do what they say. The former is one that would be more inclinded avoided meeting most days. The latter is more appreciated because to be surrounded with people who actually walk the talk is not only motivating but also more energizing to be around. People who do walk the walk are somewhat potential role models, those who set the example.
Its always less frustrating to be associated with people who say that they will do something or be there for an event or whatnot, and actually follow through in very simple social scenario. No one likes the ones who blows you off or just vanishes without any reason. Those who do that usually will come back and give a very lame excuse. Mind you, I’m not an unreasonable person. I understand in life, there are things that occur spontaneously that we can’t control and requires our immediate attention but then there are situations which probably could’ve been just an exit strategy for something that the person regarded as more important thus, not showing the respect for the original planned event. In the end, maybe the sentence should be finished by: There are two kinds of people in the world, those who are respectable and those who are not. People who do the positive aspect of certain qualities yield respect from others while the latter would not.
Perhaps in reflection, this sentence should be: There are two kinds of people in the world, those that are respectable (and know how to respect others), and those that do not.