Humanity needs different things to live in this world. However, nothing in this world is free of cost. Everything has a price and one has to pay the right price to get yourself needed happy. However, we value what is based on our needs, and the needs are based on the value of our system.
First, fundamentals such as food, water, air, shelter and clothing without the living of the body itself are not possible. However, when this need is met, one manages to meet his needs, such as community needs, security needs or the need for automation.
However, each person does not follow the same path, and his path would depend on human human values. These qualities are recognized by the man by virtue of nature and also by his nourishment. The effects of the family, society, the nation and the individual make each individual unique because he develops a unique value. These values determine the priority and lifestyle of man. The values make man's personality and determine the growth of the individual, the family, society, the nation and humanity.
1. Individual values
The individual's individuality is individualized, which means judging the self over everything else in the world. This is also the natural value of all animals in the world. The animals live for themselves without worrying about the other animals. The only exception was the mother animal who cares for her infant animal until the child grows up to support herself.
The modern world has been moving more and more towards individual values, since the interest of the individual is considered to be "right" and must be protected over everything else. Individual values support freedom as it believes that every person has the right to decide what is good for him.
Each child begins with individual values and wants everything in the world for himself and wants everyone to serve him. When the child's need is uncomfortable, he cries and does everything to satisfy the need.
2. Family value
Human depth can be the most powerful snail on earth, but it's also true that a person is also the weakest snail. A human child does not learn to walk even for a year. If a child's child is allowed to live on his own, it just can not survive. Family support is essential for the growth of every human child. It is for this reason that humanity this year has invented the concept of a family who lives as one unit and supports a new baby's birth until it becomes strong enough to support itself.
The term family has led to family prices, as a family is considered to be the basic unit of society instead of the individual. The family has the right and authority to control other members of the family. In family systems, family members work so that all members have additional capabilities rather than performing the same jobs. For example, the father receives life and protects the family as the strongest member of the family. The mother cares for the family by cooking food, cleaning rooms and cooking children. The children in part get these costs free of charge from their parents, but they need the family to provide the same benefits to their children. Thus, the family ensures the same value and tradition of the family.
In the family area, the interests of each family member are protected by unregistered laws in which love and trust alone govern family management. Parents do not seek personal benefit when giving something to their children. The children also recognize the contribution of their parents to building their lives and not only bring the same benefits to their own children but also take care of their parents when they grow older.
All family values are maintained by tradition and trust.
When family values are strong, however, it causes individuals to liberate and lower individual values. Every person needs to think for the family first and foremost as a secondary school. This often kills the creativity of man as he is never free to think as an individual.
3. Professional Value
Society is based not only on families that are natural but also originally created to meet certain community requirements. The government is one of the most important organizations that have been created to regulate society. The government is further divided into different departments such as police, income, defense, etc. Needed to keep the country united and protect it from external aggression. There are many other organizations operated by private individuals or institutions that produce goods and provide services to the nation and the world.
Every person needs to take part in descent to earn a living and contribute to society. These organizations are designed to serve the specialized role of society and need value to keep all members of the organization motivated and united.
Thus, you develop certain values for the profession. The value of the police director is different from the value of judges or politicians. Every profession has its own value that often contradicts the value of another profession. Yet these values are necessary to keep professionals united and deliver what is expected from them.
4. National values
The world today is divided into a number of countries and each country is sovereign and independent. But in recent years, the countries have started to behave like family members where independence is gradually replaced by a context in global economies. If China is emerging as a world's production capacity, India has become an outsourcing and world-wide mission, providing different services to the world. The Arab world is producing oil for the world and the United States has taken the lead in creating knowledge and information technology for the world. Each country is gradually becoming a specialist in certain projects and getting the rest of the requirements met from other countries of the world.
Thus, as individuals and families need to compete and improve each other to live in a society, each nation must compete with and add to other countries of the world. In order to make the nation stronger, it is necessary to raise certain types of values in their citizens, which makes the country not millions or billions of individuals or families, but as a single family.
In the light of independence, each country develops certain values that continue to evolve over time. The value of the nation represents its tradition, history and experience since its establishment. The value of India and China is many thousands of years, but the value of newly created nations, such as the United States, Israel, Australia and Pakistan, are completely new.
National values are often classified in their laws which seek to equality and justice to all its citizens. There is a wide variety of laws in which the requirements of each country are different. Violation of national values is treated as criminal punishment by the state. Thus, the countries with strong domestic values are very satisfied, as they maintain the interests of the country over the interests of the individual.
5. Ethical values
Although the legal values of the country or society are documented and enforced, they are insufficient for smooth operation of the state. An ideal situation is one where the state does not have to enforce laws as citizens voluntarily comply with the laws of the country. However, this rarely happens because all the states are made by people in power or those who influence powerful people. These powerful people ensure that laws are taken for the sake of fewer than for the benefit of the masses. Thus law enforcement creates laws on a group of people who are extremely powerful and wealthy throughout the majority of the population lives the life of haplessness and poverty.
On the other hand, illegal and injustice created by law is greatly reduced due to the prevalence of moral values in the community that does not need to be bound in the lawsuits. But ethical values have passed from one generation to another by tradition. For example, the Holy Institution of Marriage in India has kept the divorce as a minimum, despite divorce in the notices like other Western countries. Ethical laws are enforced jointly by the community. As every person wants to be loved and respected by society, moral values are often more powerful to keep a man on track than law enforcement.
6. Spiritual value
All values that humans have set of men create human exclusivity, as these values differ for each community and for all. The values are thus a source of conflict in a world where each individual or nation regards their great value as correct. Yet all of these values are indefinite and transient that change over time and space. The value of the present generation is not the same as the value of the previous generation.
But there are some ingredients in all values that never change. It has been the same in recent years for human development. These values are eternal as they never change. Therefore, people often call such values as spiritual or divine as it never dies and its origin is unknown.
These are spiritual values.
Spiritual values are often attributed to God and called divine. Spiritual values are love, empathy, justice, truth, etc. It is the nature of man to imbibe those values that do not respond to their religion, race, culture or nationality. These values are so universal that all men seem to understand it without being taught.
Spiritual values merge to all men in this world. It is because of these spiritual values that we want justice and can not see injustice in this world. Emotions of love and compassion cover all obstacles of religion, race and ethnicity. Spiritual values can not be eliminated from humans and these are universal.
Determination of the Values
No one can only one value and all the men are ruled by the composition of all the values. However, the predominant value in each individual is different from the birth of a particular family, culture, religion or ethnicity. The values also change with the age of an individual as the same person transforms from person to family. When an individual grows and works, he has to work in a profession where his professional values are developed. National values also exist in man because of the shared value shared by citizens. But when the men grow older, they tend to become spiritual and develop spiritual values. Thus, all six values are always common in every community that keeps the community moving and combining.