Our ideas and ideals:
Let me tell you a real story. The employer said, 'You have to pay a bribe to get a job.'
Hearing this, the young man became very worried. Of course, the offer was not illegal. But the young man took it as immoral. He wondered if he would get the job.
The young man said to the employer, 'Give me at least one day to make a decision.' He was given time.
In time the young man came home.
The young man thought all day. Unable to make ends meet, he told his mother about all the terms of the job contract as well as the bribe money.
His mother was illiterate. After hearing the matter from the boy for a long time, the mother said, “Son, I did not understand anything you just said. I can only say one thing and that is to come to your room every morning and see you in a deep sleep. I waste a lot of time waking you up. One day I came to your room with hatred and saw you awake. You have to make the final decision. The matter is yours, so you have to make the final decision. '
Saying these words, the mother left the room of the young man.
The worried young man realized. He said to himself, 'I got my answer.'
In fact, values are a very natural part of life. Values provide strength to our character and justice to our faith. All of us have been tasked with taking the initiative to uphold values. It must be observed by us. Values are a very important issue.
Values are universal and eternal
There is no denying that some values have gained clarity because they are eternally universal. These values give us a clear idea of what we should do and what we should achieve. The notion of relative values teaches that what is right for one may not be right for another. If values are heterogeneous and change from person to person and from one situation to another, then it cannot be called a value at all. In science we explore theories and rules. We are the guide in the commercial world. Let's explore the rules. So why don't we explore universal standards of values? The question is certainly relevant.
No matter what our business or profession in the current life, if we do not have quality standards, we will not be able to achieve universal values. If there are no universal standards for setting such values and justice, we will not be able to achieve values. And so the question is, "How do we set those universal standards?"
Then tell a story. It will be easy to explain from here. Once upon a time, a morally weak woman was waiting to catch a bus with two bags full of groceries. There is also a boy right behind him. The bus was packed with passengers. The seat at the very back of the bus was empty. The woman continued to move towards him.
The boy advanced from the back, threw his arm at the woman, and stepped forward with one foot, occupying the seat. Unable to cope with the boy's push, the woman fell into the arms of several men. From two of his bags the groceries fall to the seat and he himself lies flat on the floor. The goods are scattered around. Everyone on the bus was just watching.
At this point, a polite woman on the bus thought, 'What a weird boy!' The woman was noticing the boy's manners and behavior.
In this case, a lawyer thought, 'The law must be enforced for such behavior.' He was wondering the legitimacy of the matter. A doctor thought to himself, 'I think the woman's three paws are broken.' He was looking at the matter from the point of view of surgery. The fourth person on the bus, a psychiatrist, thought the boy was mentally ill and in dire need of psychiatric treatment.
What a strange thought! Each of the four was thinking about the matter from four different perspectives.
One thought from the point of view of social etiquette. The other three were thinking about legitimacy, treatment, and psychology, respectively. But none of them questioned the accuracy or inaccuracy of the behavior. Why don't we ask ourselves this question? The moment we ask a question about it, we do it from the mentality of the judge. If our values are clean. But where is the fault of seeing with the mentality of the judge? Rather, it reveals transparency.
And so in order to set universal values, we need to consider the following questions. Then:
Should the boy have treated the woman like that?
Should anyone be treated like that?
If the answer to both questions is 'no', then we will get the universal standard. The same principle applies to all aspects of our lives. The same is true of the bus incident. Education can be taken from here.
We need to be able to distinguish between 'righteousness' and 'unrighteousness' if we are to lead our lives by proper values. People are not born with an understanding of the subject. The subject we learn on our journey. Can help build institutions and values, such as family, school and surroundings.
Values, on the other hand, help a child to be a good adult, a good husband or wife, and a parent. Strong values form a strong family. Peter Strift, a professor at Boston College, described the strong family as an "asset to society" and wrote in his book, "There are some transparent values as opposed to popular beliefs." Once he made a statement to the students in his class to prove his conviction. He told the students, 'All the girls in my class avoid responsibility.' Everyone immediately protested that the statement was not reasonable. He asked them to define justice and explained that if justice is modest, there can be no such thing as universal values. So students cannot have any right to pass on their values to their teacher. Teachers are no exception. If there were any universal values in the name of justice and fairness, it would be wrong to have any idea about teachers. If there are no such values The students could have protested his statement. Because the teacher also values their subject. Was different from the criteria of the subject. In this instance it was not a matter of liking or disliking, it was a question of fairness.
How do crimes like murder, rape, torture and oppression happen? The answer is that such crimes are committed by those who fail to identify universal standards of fairness and justice. Whenever we think or talk about values, the question arises, 'Whose values are we talking about and who will we judge?' The values that pervade the country, the culture and the religion we are talking about are universal and eternal values. Since we have to live by universal standards of values, we naturally judge values. The same rule applies to benevolent values. Where success is temporary, values are long lasting. The volume of values is many times greater than the volume of success.
It is true that there is a decline in values in the society - many people are heard to comment on this. If we don't have standards, how can we understand the degradation that has taken place? When we fail to meet the requirements of the criteria, we have to choose two different ways. Activating to increase or decrease criteria. Choosing to reduce the determinant will lead to inferiority. Why are people compromising to lower the standards?
In answer to this question, it can be said that they take inferiority as a way of life. And thinks that hardship does not match culture. The more we compromise on values, the more we will cause harm to society. At one time the family, society and political system became weaker. There can be no reason to be surprised at the truth.
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