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Values
A value is a belief, a mission, or an idea that is speaking. Whether we are intentionally alert of them or not, every individual has a basic set of personal values. Values can range from the everyday, such as the belief in hard work and punctuality, to the more emotional, such as self-trust, concern for others, and agreement of purpose.
Most of us learned our values - or morals, if you prefer - at home, at mosque or, at school. But, where are our children learning their values? Maybe from parents, teachers and religious leaders, but society has changed. Too often young people today are most influenced by what they see and hear on television or on the street.
Personal Values
When we examine the lives of famous people, we often see how personal values lead them, pushing them to the top of their fields. For example, one actor was motivated by his commitment to social justice, which led to important acting roles related to that value that made him world famous. Likewise, a well-known business CEO was motivated by the personal value that technology should be easy to use, which caused his company to issue a technology revolution. Whatever one's values, when we take them to heart and implement them in the smallest details of our lives, great accomplishment and success are sure to follow.
MORAL VALUES
Moral values, such as honesty, responsibility, justice, are originally inborn values which Allâh planted in the hearts of mankind; then He sent His messengers with a system of life in agreement with this essential nature to encourage it.
"So set your face toward the religion, as one by nature upright; the instinctive (religion) which Allâh has created in mankind. There is no altering (the laws) of Allâh 's creation. That is the right religion but most people do not know." [Surat Al-Rûm:30].
A believer follows to these moral values because his nature, encouraged…...

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