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Civic virtue

Civic virtue is the moral underpinning of how a citizen behaves and is


involved in society. It is a standard of righteous behavior in relation to a
citizens’ involvement in society.
A individual may exhibit civic virtue by voting, volunteering and
organizing other community activities.
Without an understanding of civic virtue, citizens are less likely to look
beyond their families, friends and economic interests.
They are less likely to help others in the community, to volunteer their
time, to give to nonprofit organizations or to participate in group activity
that benefits society.
Related ideas for civic virtue are citizenship, philanthropy, public good,
voluntarism and social capital.
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Respect for others
Respect is a feeling of admiration or deference toward a
person, group, ideal, or indeed almost any entity or
concept, as well as specific actions and conduct
representative of that esteem.
Whether between spouses, friends, coworkers, or business
acquaintances, if there is a history of mutual respect and
sincere gratitude, the people involved are generally happier
and more successful. We live in a world where there are
many differences between people, but with an open mind
and an appreciation of each person’s contributions to this
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How to Show Respect
Listen it sounds easy, but listening–truly listening–can be
one of the hardest skills to master. If you want a person to
know you respect him or her, then tune into what that person
is saying. Look them in the eye and offer feedback when
necessary. Everyone appreciates the person who willing
listens to them and shows genuine interest in what they have
to say.
Encourage If you’ve ever had a bad day, then you know
the power a little encouragement can have. We’ve all had
moments when we need someone to tell us, “don’t worry,
things will work out.” It might not seem like much at the
time,
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How to Show Respect
Congratulate If someone does a great job, let them know about it. In fact,
let everyone know about it. Openly congratulate someone for a job well done,
especially if you’re a manager. Employees will work harder and happier
knowing their manager has a mutual respect for them and is willing to express
praise and gratitude when it’s deserved.
Be Helpful If you find a friend or coworker in a jam, be willing to help them if
at possible. Not to say you should take on half their project, but offering some
advice or throwing in a bit of your time will mean a lot. If that friend or coworker
has helped you in the past, then returning the favor will be a nice way to show
both your respect and gratitude.
Say Thank You I’m sure this one seems like common sense, but many people
just forget to say thank you or at least forget how to say it with sincerity. A thank
you can be as small as two words or as much as buying someone a gift;
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nevertheless, if the action is not done with 100% sincerity then it is wasted.
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Make sure people know you appreciate them and their actions. Simply saying
Living Peaceful
Our principle of ‘Peaceful living’ centers on the ethical and sustainable
application of technologies which would aim to provide basic needs for
everyone without compromising the planet’s resources. Here are the steps
which can help you to discover your journey towards living in peace.
 Seek to love, not control others. ...
 Find Your Inner Peace. ...
 Moderate your convictions. ...
 Be tolerant. ...
 Be Peace. ...
 Reflection of thought. ...
 Seek forgiveness, not revenge. ...
 Live in joy.
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Caring
Being caring allows you to have empathy for others and to live a life
based on affection, love, and compassion for the people around you.
Being caring means providing a listening ear, noticing when someone
needs help, and helping your community without asking for a reward. If
you want to know how to be more caring today, see Steps to get started.
 Be polite: You don't have to be overly formal to be polite. You just
have to be considerate of other people and make them feel
comfortable in your presence.
 Be affectionate: Actions really can speak louder than words
sometimes. Though telling a person you care can make a big
difference, sometimes giving that person a hug or putting your arm
around him or her can have that extra impact.
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LisDtreGnnantasoeakpanr eTohapnglaeevl: When someone is talking to you, make eye
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interrupt the
Caring Steps to get started
 Be more generous: Being generous, whether it's with your time or your

money, can go a long way in being a more caring person.


 Treat others like you want to be treated: If you want to be more caring,

then you have to be kind and thoughtful toward others, and think of how you
would feel if you were in their shoes.
 Be considerate of others: Being considerate is another major aspect of

being caring. If you want to be considerate, then you have to respect the
people around you, and to avoid making a nuisance of yourself.

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Sharing
Sharing is the joint use of a resource or space. In its narrow sense,
it refers to joint or alternating use of inherently finite goods, such as
a common pasture or a shared residence. It is also the process of
dividing and distributing.
Apart from obvious instances, which we can observe in human
activity, we can also find many examples of this happening in
nature.
When an organism takes in nutrition or oxygen for instance, its
internal organs are designed to divide and distribute the energy
taken in, to supply parts of its body that need it. Flowers divide
and distribute their seeds.
In a broader sense, it can also include free granting of use rights
to goods that can be treated as non rival goods, such as
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Honesty
Honesty refers to a facet of moral character and connotes
positive and virtuous attributes such as integrity, truthfulness,
straightforwardness, including straightforwardness of conduct,
along with the absence of lying, cheating, theft, etc.
Furthermore, honesty means being trustworthy, loyal, fair,
and sincere.
Honesty is valued in many ethnic and religious cultures .
"Honesty is the best policy" is a proverb of Benjamin
Franklin;
"Honesty is the first chapter in the book of wisdom" proverb
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of Thomas Jefferson.
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Courage
Courage (also called bravery, bravado or valour) is the
choice and willingness to confront agony, pain, danger,
uncertainty or intimidation. Physical courage is courage
in the face of physical pain, hardship, death or threat
of death, while moral courage is the ability to act
rightly in the face of popular opposition, shame,
scandal, discouragement, or personal loss.
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Valuing Time
A first step in good time management is to understand the value of your
time.
 If you are employed by someone else, you need to understand how
much your employer is paying for your time, and how much profit he or
she expects to make from you.
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If you are working for yourself, you should have an idea of how much
income you want to bring in after tax. By working these figures back to an
hourly rate, this gives you an idea of the value of your time.
By knowing the value of your time, you should be able to tell what tasks are
worthwhile to perform, and which tasks give a poor return. This helps you
cut away the low value jobs, or argue for help with them.

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Cooperation
 Cooperation is the process of groups of organisms working or acting together for
common or mutual benefit, as opposed to working in competition for selfish
benefit.
 Many animal and plant species cooperate both with other members of their own

species and with members of oCthoermspmecie


i tsment

 Commitment is willingness to give your time and energy to something that


you believe in, or a promise or firm decision to do something.
Commitment means acceptance of the responsibilities and duties and
cooperation means help and assistance. By developing team commitment and
cooperation in a work team you are assisting the team to meet its goals and
objectives. Work teams that are committed and cooperative are more likely to
achieveDr the goals the business has set.
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Empathy
Empathy is the ability to mutually experience the

thoughts, emotions, and direct experience of others.


The ability to understand another person’s
circumstances, point of view, thoughts, and feelings is
empathy.
When experiencing empathy, you are able to
understand someone else’s internal experiences.
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Self Confidence
Self-confidence relates to self-assuredness in one's
personal judgment, ability, power, etc., sometimes
manifested excessively. Being confident in yourself is
infectious if you present yourself well, others will want
to follow in your foot steps towards success.

Promise yourself, no matter how difficult the
problem life throws at you, that you will try as hard
as you can to help yourself.
You acknowledge that sometimes your efforts to help
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