A value system is
a set of consistent values used for the purpose of ethical or
ideological integrity. Values that we possess in our action and many a time
influence to our action. Many times, they are spontaneous (means without use of
brain) and they come in our action, may be in form of some positive or negative
acts. For example- We may find people who are so quick in lying or an automatic
act to help someone found in trouble or asking for help. Basically, values are the important
principles that makes a part of “Who am I”. These are been developed with
respect to our age, exposure and experience. Time a big factor which influence
more clarity in these set of values. An aware person should have the idea of
their value system i.e., the self-values. The benefits bearing a value system
Values help us find our
Values help us react in
difficult situations. ...
Values help us make
Values help clear out
Values help us choose
the right career. ...
Values help us develop
a sense of self. ...
Values help increase our
The values help us to create
the future we want to experience. In ultimate sense, our value system (The set
of Values). It shapes us and vice versa (Values are also directed with “What am
I”). They are changeable and should be changed with Time. Otherwise, if values
are not flexible (Rigid), they make us insensible, non-adoptable and make us
legging behind the time in many of the situations. A flexible personality is
always accepted in all situation.
Developing values is a continuous process
where we input new or modify the existing values within us. This is possible
through self-awareness (First) and then continue self-monitoring with
assessment in a regular interval of time. Values are broadly “The way we take
and give the things” and it is always seen outside. So moreover, it also
decides, what we get…. it’s exactly the way we give.