The human being’s life. Values are thoroughly inside every

The values are a very important part in a human being’s life. Values are thoroughly inside every human being even if he or she dedicates to do bad things to others or bad things to everything. It depends on the person if he or she wants to listen to his or her values and try to live in order to their values.Now days, we live in an incoherence era. Parents may teach us respect and tolerance when they are the first to make troubles to others and they are the first without patience to others and some others aren’t open to another person’s beliefs. Also in these days politicians doesn’t give us a good example of tolerance and respect. Now days, every person knows that being on those environments you don’t need to live according to values It is very important to live with values, because if we don’t we might be lost in life and in some point we would feel like if something is missing, we are here in life to be happy and live according to the values.We have all heard about values and their importance in humanity, and values are the principles that help us guide or behavior in order to fulfill ourselves as a person, help us to prefer, appreciate and choose some things instead for others  Reflect our interests, feelings and most important convictions But values are also the basis for living in community and relating in other people  They allow us to regulate our behavior for collective well being and a harmonious coexistence.In organizations, values allow their members to interact harmoniously. They influence their formation and development as people, and facilitate achieving goals that would not be possible individually.For the welfare of community it is necessary that there are shared norms that guide the behavior of its members. Otherwise, the community fails to function satisfactory tor the majority.VM1en We feel that In the family, school, works, and in society in general, there are malfunctions, often due to the lack of shared values, which is reflected in a lack of coherence between what is said and what is said. nonat is done?For example, it is difficult to know how to teach children the value of “tolerance”, if Our leaders and rulers permanently insult all those with whom they have differences of opinion.It is also difficult to promote the value of “respect” if there are teachers, bosses or parents who, faced with complex situations, defend their decisions by saying Here is what I say” or things are like that because they are” Respect, along with other values, allow societies to live together in peace and harmony, remember the famous phrase pronounced by Benito Juarez “between individuals and between nations, respect for the rights of others is peace”On the other hand, the lack of respect, the only thing that generates is violence, either physical or verbal. Children who were not educated in respect, begin by annoying their partners (the so-called bullying in schools), or not abide by teacher instructions, and even openly challenge them.Just to mention a clear example, what happen if a person robbed to another? Probably he or she would hide the robbed object, or just run until he or she is unable to run, and why this happen? Well, because every human being have a Natural Law, and that Natural Law makes us to not make bad things to other, and if we do bad things, in our minds we might feel blame. Another example is when a person commits homicide, what he or she would do? Of course, if he or she is a normal person, he or she will run away and hide any evidence just to keep in secret his or her act. And again, we have that Natural Law that guide us to make good things. “Do good and avoid evil”.There are children who bother and insult others, and not only are they not corrected by their parents, but they are motivated to do so. They also challenge their teachers, and the father, instead of correcting the child believe that what he does is fine. These children can grow up without having the least respect for their oeers or authority, when young people star by committing small acts of vandalismSait’i10and they can fall into delinquency, since they believe that not only is It not necessary to show respect for laws and authontjes, but they believe that It IS okay not have respect, since that gives them more power.How many times have we not seen reports on television where the police chase an offender who, as they say colloquially, “they grabbed their hands in the crowd,” and this cnminal is hidden and protected by his parents, and the mother to say that his son is pure and holy, and that the police only grab him whenever they want, without having done anything; apparently the young man never knew how to respect anything and was not taught that his actions have consequences.Lhat can we do? In principle respect our fellowmen (here comes another value, tolerance). Teach our brothers to respect others, their elders, the authority, other children. Lets start with easy things. And let it become custom, as we walk across the streets only in comers, if we go by car, respect the pedestrian crossings, and the time will come when everyone will see badly who does not do it and, even if is because of shame, these people start to act correctly.