SimchaMinute by Rabbi Avigdor Miller
Somebody who came from Japan remarked that in America he was surprised that children talk casually to their parents...
There, at least in the old fashioned district, when a child wanted to speak to their parent... he spoke as if he was talking to somebody important. That is what the Torah expects of us... at least mentally we have to think about our parents as gedolei olom, as great people. — Enjoying Life (#226)