A few brief questions, if I may, regarding respectful forms of address:
Although I do not see it in practice here (and perhaps this should provide the answer I seek!) I am tempted to ask, "What are the respectful forms of address for Jundo or Taigu, for example? Are there others here to whom formal marks of respect are appropriate"?
I ask not in the sense of what may be expected, but more in the vein of what may be appropriately offered. Does that make my intent clear?
Let me try again. Like extending common courtesy, respectful forms of address shine in both directions at once. While the latter may not be encouraged, is it discouraged here?
When is a teacher referred to as Roshi or Ajari?