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Values by Mind Map: Values

1. Family

1.1. Belonging: 1. Coming together for special occasions and holidays, spending time as a family and build a sense of belonging. 2. Each member should be allowed some space and freedom to explore the activities that they like. 3. Family members will be more courageous and willing to take chances if they know they have a safe place to return to when things don't turn out well.

1.2. Flexibility: 1. There will not be happiness in the family if one member were to enforce their way of doing things as they think that they are always right. 2. The family will be much happier if the family members are more flexible in decision making.

1.3. Respect: 1. Taking into account of each others' feelings, thoughts, needs and preferences when making decisions. 2. Acknowledge and value other family members' opinions.

1.4. Honesty: 1. Without honesty, they will not be a deep connection within the family. 2. Honesty can be practiced by telling the truth and not hiding information from one should know.

1.5. Forgiveness: 1. Within family, it is important to forgive and forget as they are connected to us no matter what we do. 2. Everyone makes mistakes. 3. Forgive them when they know their mistake and willing to change their bad habits.

2. Personal

2.1. Acceptance: 1. The process or fact of being received as adequate, valid, or suitable. 2. Acceptance in human psychology is a person's assent to the reality of a situation, recognizing a process or condition (often a negative or uncomfortable situation) without attempting to change it or protest. 3. Love one's self, being happy and appreciating yourself. 4. Self acceptance leads to a new life with new possibilities that did not exist before because you were caught up in the struggle against reality. 5. You don’t have to be unhappy with yourself to know and actively change things you don’t like.

2.2. Generosity: 1. Being kind and generous to yourself and others. 2. The habit of giving without expecting anything in return. 3. "Whoever is asked about a knowledge that he knows about and then hides it and keeps it away, he will be bridled on the day of judgement with a bridle of fire." -Prophet Mohammed.

2.3. Respect: 1. Being proud of one's self. 2. Not using alcohol, drug or violence as means to solve problems. 3. Overcoming and oppressing those who bring you down. 4. Having dignity of one's self.

2.4. Commitment: 1. The act of engaging one self to a particular activity. 2. Having an obligation that restricts freedom of action. 3. Promising to one self to do or not to do a certain thing.

2.5. Excellence: 1. Being outstanding among the rest 2. Being good in something. 3. Striving to be the best for a better outcome.

3. Social

3.1. Tolerance: 1. Having a fair and objective attitude toward those whose opinions and practices differ from one’s own. 2. Having the commitment to respect one's dignity. 3. The ability or willingness to tolerate the existence of opinions or behaviour that one dislikes or disagrees with.

3.2. Respect:: 1. Showing a deep admiration for someone by their abilities or accomplishments. 2. Being considerate and thoughtful of someone's feelings. 3. To avoid the violation of others. 4. Gaining respect from the society.

3.3. Inclusion: The action or state of including or of being included within a group

4. Cultural

4.1. Corporate Culture: 1. An office might be casual or formal in design. 2. Employees may be encouraged to dress casually to encourage a feeling of equality and to encourage comfort and productivity. 3. Management might project a caring and personable attitude by sending cards and gifts to employees on key dates in their lives such as birthdays, marriages, births and deaths of family members. 4. The caring and personable attitude of management may be projected to the customers through a high level of service, personal recognition of key customers and corporate involvement in community and charitable organizations. 5. The design and location of the offices may relate to the employee's seniority with more senior employees having larger offices or cubicles which are located the furthest from the door.

4.2. Culture of Diversity: 1. The community calendar may be filled with festivals and events that include community members from different races and national origins. 2. The local library may provide informational seminars and research materials for citizens born in other countries. 3. There might be multiple sports options for citizens of both genders and all ages. 4. The agenda of the city staff, local businesses and religious organizations may promote a wide variety of exciting shopping, educational and religious experiences.

4.3. Popular Culture: 1. The favorite music of the culture may include artists on the Billboard Top 100 or from the newest pop stars on YouTube. 2. Best selling books and popular films can play a big role in shaping the opinions and experiences of a culture. 3. Interaction through social networking can provide the vehicle for people of all ages, races, interests and genders to quickly communicate and share their ideas. 4. Fashion trends can be both the current culture and the direction in which a popular is moving. Casual clothes may reflect a more relaxed culture while fast-moving, quick-changing trends may echo the fast-changing cultural trends. 5. Language is a key way to communicate the goals, thoughts and experiences of popular culture. Multiple languages, slang expressions, new words for new experiences can all work together to describe the current culture.

4.4. Foreign Culture: 1. The language of a country binds together the citizens of a country and can allow for their effective communication. Dialects and accents can help identify the various subcultures within a country. 2. The way a country approaches their culture is often reflected in how they spend their collective time, money and energies and may be reflective in how they establish their laws. 3. The etiquette and customs of a country can play a key role in developing the appearance of a country. How a country acts is an important factor in the country's fashion, language, family lives and business-to-business dealings. 4. The beliefs of a country, both religious and historical, are often at the core of a country's culture.

4.5. Sophisticated Culture: 1. An appreciation for opera 2. A love of classical music 3. Enjoying the ballet 4. Attending art exhibits 5. Reading fine literature such as the classics 6. An appreciation for gourmet food and wine


5.1. We were all born as empty vessels which can be shaped by moral values. -Jerry Springer

5.2. Right is right even if no one is doing it, wrong is wrong even if everyone is doing it. -Augustine of Hipno

5.3. Your beliefs become your thoughts, Your thoughts become your words, Your word become your actions, Your actions become your habits, Your habits become your values, Your values become your destiny. -Mahatma Gandhi

5.4. About morals, I know only that what s moral is what you feel good after, and what is immoral is what you feel bad after. -Ernest Highway

5.5. There are no moral phenomena at all, but only a moral interpretation of phenomena. -Friedrich Nietzsche

5.5.1. Inspire someone about your topic?

5.5.2. Specific grade?

5.5.3. Do your best work?

6. Major types of Values: 1. Cultural values 2. Social values 3. Personal values 4. Family values

6.1. Definitions

6.1.1. Values: The deepest beliefs and sentiment we subscribe to in our life.

6.1.2. Cultural Values: A socially constructed axioms(truth that requires no proof/universally accepted principle).

6.1.3. Social Values: Abstract standards or empirical variables in social life which are believed to be important and/or desirable.

6.1.4. Personal Values: The view and ideals which an individual chooses to uphold, and they determine how that individual live their life.

6.1.5. Family Values: The moral and ethnic principle traditionally upheld and transmitted within the family.