Pratiyogita Darpan Extra Issue Series-12 Indian National Movement & Constitutional Development

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inculcate in ourselves higher values of life if we wish to give a meaningful content to our lives and want to live as socially useful members of the human society. To-day we are afraid of simple words like goodness, mercy and kindness. We don t believe in the good old words because we do not believe in the good old values any more. And that is why the world is so sick. In the words of Philomena Aqudo, Values are the norms, goals or purposes that one chooses in order to give a sense of direction and meaning to one s life. They are the integrative forces that bring about wholeness in one s personality. The main difference between modern and traditional values is that in traditional societies people were a valuable resource and the relations between them were carefully tended. In modern society things are the valuables and people are too often treated as disposables. This has resulted in self-centredness, and goods and commodities are considered more valuable than the human beings. The great economist Roy L. Smith has rightly remarked that Too many men who know all about financial values, know nothing about human values. Our young men and women are hardly aware of the truth contained in this proverb Riches adorn the dwelling, values adorn the person. In my opinion, they are not to be blamed for this precarious state of affairs. They are taught to define value thus The value of a thing is the amount of labouring or work that its possession will save the possessor. It is, therefore, in the fitness of things that majority of our young generation, understands only one value the value of money. He understands Pratiyogita Darpan I.N.M. C.D. 5
only the language of money-values. Not only that, he sees all around people doing everything in the name of and for money. The news of dacoity, smuggling, rape, kidnapping and the like do leave our young men and young women unmoved. They read and hear one thing, but think in