Definitions: (1) conducting oneself well or properly; doing the right things; (2) follower of the rules; obedient

• Pick a behavior that works. — Jerry Downs (1949-) American Author

• Basically, Aristotle believed that every time you behaved unkind and immorally – performing actions your soul was not proud of – you tarnished your soul. The worst shape your soul became in, the worst shape your mood and spirit. — Karen Salmansohn, American Behavioral Change Expert

Comment: Respect for the game means you know what the rules are, and that you are willing to compete as it has been designed – so far. Once you get a feel for the range of the system, then you may see a way to modify or extend the scope, to push the boundaries; but you should also expect some push-back.