According to Al Farabi, the ultimate objective of philosophy is achieving both theoretical and practical virtues. The theoretical virtue is the concept of the Creator or God, the reason for being. The practical virtue is more of a morality issue, caused by humans trying to imitate God, by doing good or worthy deeds. Education, according to Al Farabi, was most important as it was concerned with the human soul and ensures that one is prepared from an early age to achieve his own level of perfection. The ultimate goal of education was to lead an individual to perfection which was to attain happiness, the highest perfection, the absolute bliss.
Integrity Demonstrated by moral courage, ethical strength, and trustworthiness; keeping promises and fulfilling expectations. Authenticity Demonstrated by consistency, congruency, and transparency in values, beliefs, and actions; integrating values and principles to create a purposeful life and to contribute to the growth of others. Courage Demonstrated by possessing a strength of self to act with intention on behalf of the common good; taking a stand in the face of adversity; acting boldly in the service of inclusion and justice. Service This refers to one serving the community around him with no expectation of rewards. A leader ought to prioritise his time to make other people to become better in every aspect of life.
This is the beautiful balance which Almighty Allah wants us to create, maintain, protect and promote in our personal lives.’3 To develop the personality from within, the Qur’an and the teachings of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) emphasise people to be truly righteous, to have good intentions, to be truthful, to be polite, to be kind, to be thankful, to be honest, etc. Developing all these qualities will make a person best in character. Thus once Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said, “The best of people are those with the most excellent character.”
As humanists, we create our purposes in life and then striving to achieve them can, in itself, provide a sense of meaning. This meaning is derived from the good we do such as, relationship building, the quest for intellectual growth, effort for physical and mental development, the satisfaction of productive work, the enjoyment of creative or artistic pursuits, the influence we create within society, and work helping others when needed etc. But the meaning of these achievements are not driven by any outside authority rather we define the meaning of life by ourselves. We can summarize this meaning as, “The purpose of life is to live a life of purpose”. Obviously, this
It is not a burden to bear, but a cautious and effective guide which advances life and success. Ethics are important not only in business but in academics and society as well because it is an essential part of the foundation on which a refined society is built. Ethical behaviour is what all career people should aim to have. Not just the ethical characteristic but exceptional behaviour with this regard.
He instructs us in pursuit of success in life imparting his own knowledge, offering practical advices, and giving counsels- civil and moral in his essays. His guidance is provided for us not only human beings possess some in-born qualities viz emotion, desire, passion, expectation, and high aspiration but also they are duty- bound and responsible as they are not the dwellers of the world of isolation. They are striving for exhibiting themselves, their own thoughts, latent faculties, and rising to a high position. They envision real place, entertain sublime fantasies about their lives, and also, they long for power, pelf, pomp, and wealth. Alongside, they are to face agonizing problems of harsh reality.
I don 't want to lose him and Scout because they 're all I 've got." In this quotation, Atticus is stating to Heck the importance of being true to oneself. Atticus feels, that he must proudly lead a life where he demonstrates his good values and morals, for the benefit of his children. Consequently, Atticus is the epitome of being a “good person”, as he showcases the necessity of his values in the real world. Atticus strives to be the best father he can possibly be, constantly enriching his children.
Compassion is grounded in a respect for the inherent dignity of all life, both our own and others' and the desire to see that dignity victorious. It is to enable the other person to become happy, win in life and mitigate his or her suffering. The essence of compassion is empowerment whereby we help others to unlock courage and strength from within themselves, make them stronger and self-reliant, so as to enable them to overcome their problems and contribute to their joy in life. Nichiren invoked the practice of chanting Nam-myoho-renge-kyo as a way for people to bring forth the strength and rich potential of their humanity and live with confidence and happiness. For practitioners of Nichiren Buddhism, sharing this practice with others is a vital act of compassion.
In my own personal opinion communication ethics is not only important for the success and survival of a company but also a test of a person's ethical integrity the reason for my decision would be. No matter who you are boss or maybe just a regular worker we must have integrity since it's the basic value of a human being which is why I would be sharing the three values I respect the most. The first value I respect would be truthfulness, accuracy, honesty, and reason as essential to the integrity of communication. The second value I respect would be to accept responsibility for the short- and long-term consequences of our own communication and expect the same of others. Finally would be to promote access to communication resources and opportunities as necessary to fulfill
IntroductionIntroduction Moral defines the concerned with the principles of right and wrong behavior and the goodness or badness of the human character. Moral values can give meaning and purpose to our life. In life, it is essential to have moral values. Especially these days, people judge each other’s characteristics by knowing the amount of moral values the person had. As a person with high moral values, he/she usually displays the characteristics of integrity, courage, respect, fairness, honesty, compassion, being willing to sacrifice, doing no harm, responsibilities, being forgiving, keeping promises, making peace and etc.