What are the Values in Life?
Grand Canyon University
From time memorial, people have been thinking and debating what are the values in life. Many questions and answers have come from men and women in finding a solution to the purpose of life, the reason why we are here and what good can we be to each other. Indeed, philosophers and psychologist are searching deeply on these issues, and they always come out with different theories and principles that are meant to guide the people. Decision making, rules and ethical living play a vital role in human life, and these three things give much value unto it.
Ideally, the most important virtues of human life are to live happily and enjoy life to the fullest. Human knew that without morally ...view middle of the document...
We cannot be the same financially, some of us will struggle to make ends meet, but the goodness in others will bridge the gap. It is not only a matter of been ethically fit but also the ability to understand the worth of morality to oneself and to others.
There are many virtuous qualities that make a man or woman an honorable person, and this is based on individual character. I believe ethical virtues are more important because it is based on habitual character which is acquired from training. As a human being, we are oblique to certain forces that change our inward values. However, decisiveness and endurance will make us survive. Decisiveness will give us the ability to recognize the major factors which determine good decisions, and endurance will give us the power to fight stress and be firm with what is good or best at all time. (Character First, 2011)
I believe hate is the worst ethical vices, the opposite of hate is love, and in fact, love will make this world a better place to live while hate will make it collapse. For instance, with love, a health care provider will do his or her job with a sense of humor and responsibly.
I do not believe my temper is uncontrollable, but if I work on it diligently I will be more productive in every area of my life. I believe to cultivate a positive emotion; I must prepare to meet every occasion of anger with calm and of hate with love.
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