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Human value

Human value is a theory about “what things in the world are good, desirable, and important.” Modern society has been undergoing significant crises for last few decades. Indeed, human values are now withering very fast for which we humans are most responsible. The age-old simplicity and close ties between family and clan and village co-operation are withering fast. The growth of different modern political parties among the people and the total involvement of the masses in party politics is a contributory factor to such development.

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6 thoughts on “Human value

  1. shilpa kaundal says:

    “Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.”

  2. Akanksha says:

    Human values are passed by parents to their offspring soon after childbirth and are instilled throughout the children’s upbringing. As they grow, children learn more values from their peers, religious leaders, teachers, friends and society at large. These attributes include honesty, trustworthiness, diligence, discipline, fairness, love, peace, justice, care for one another and being mindful of the environment, including plants and animals. In addition, selflessness and putting the well-being of all before a person’s own needs are desirable human values. Generally, human values are highly encouraged in society, while negative attributes are discouraged and condemned. These values are passed from one generation to another. People with excellent human values are usually held in high esteem, admired and rewarded. The traits are important especially in leaders and people in influential positions. All cultures and societies encourage teachers, doctors, lawyers, politicians, business people and other professionals to have strong human values.

  3. Anita says:

    Human values are the virtues that guide us to take into account the human element when one interacts with other human beings. They are the many positive dispositions that create bonds of humanity between people and thus have value for all of us as human beings.

    1. Akanksha says:

      Human values thus defined are universal: they are shared by all human beings, whatever their religion, their nationality, their culture, their personal history. By nature, they induce consideration for others.
      Human values are, for example:
      civility, respect, consideration;
      honesty, fairness, loyalty, sharing, solidarity;
      openness, listening, welcoming, acceptance, recognition, appreciation;
      brotherhood, friendship, empathy, compassion, love.

  4. DIKSHA says:

    HUMAN VALUES
    Human values are passed by parents to their offspring soon after childbirth and are instilled throughout the children’s upbringing. As they grow, children learn more values from their peers, religious leaders, teachers, friends and society at large. These attributes include honesty, trustworthiness, diligence, discipline, fairness, love, peace, justice, care for one another and being mindful of the environment, including plants and animals. In addition, selflessness and putting the well-being of all before a person’s own needs are desirable human values. Generally, human values are highly encouraged in society, while negative attributes are discouraged and condemned. These values are passed from one generation to another. People with excellent human values are usually held in high esteem, admired and rewarded. The traits are important especially in leaders and people in influential positions. All cultures and societies encourage teachers, doctors, lawyers, politicians, businesspeople and other professionals to have strong human values.

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