Family Family is the prime and most important source of obtaining values
Values are basic and fundamental beliefs that guide or motivate attitudes or actions. They help us to determine what is important to us. As we grow and mature, we develop a set of values that are increasingly important in guiding our behaviour and decision-making.
Work is a major part of our lives, so it stands to reason that our values should be reflected in our work life as well. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. We may find ourselves in jobs that are at odds with our personal values, or working for organizations whose values do not align with our own. This can lead to frustration, stress and even burnout.
So why are values important at work? There are several reasons:
Values provide a sense of purpose and direction. When we know what is important to us, we can set goals and work towards them with greater clarity and purpose. Values also help us to prioritize our time and energy; if we know what is most important to us, we can focus on those things rather than getting pulled in different directions by competing demands.
Values give us a sense of satisfaction and fulfillment. When we align our work with our values, we tend to be more satisfied with what we do because it feels meaningful and worthwhile. In contrast, when our work does not reflect our values, it can leave us feeling empty, unfulfilled or even resentful. We may be successful by conventional standards but feel like something is missing because it doesn’t reflect who we are or what is truly important to us
Society After family, society also plays a major role developing value system of an individual
Values are the foundation of our society. They provide guidance on how we should live our lives and make decisions. They help us to know what is right and wrong, and to be have in ways that are socially acceptable.
Values are important because they define what is important to us as individuals and as a society. They provide a common ground upon which we can all agree, and act as a guide for our behaviour.
Without values, we would be lost; adrift in a sea of moral ambiguity with no compass to guide us. We would be at the mercy of our own whims and desires, without any restraints or guidelines. Society would quickly descend into chaos if there were no values to uphold it.
Values are also important because they help us to understand other people’s point of view, even if we don’t agree with them. By understanding someone else’s values, we can better understand their actions and motivations, even if we don’t agree with them. This understanding can lead to more tolerance and respect for others, even when there is disagreement.
Values are essential for any functioning society. They provide a common ground upon which people can interact with each other in an orderly way; they act as guidelines for behaviour that helps maintain social cohesion; and they help us understand other points of view so that we can live together peacefully despite our differences