• Universality – Human values reside within each individual and the same is reflected by the individual’s character. These values are mutually shared by all human beings irrespective of religion, caste, creed, differences. For example, Tolerance and Mutual acceptance, Sharing and caring etc. are some the universal human values.
  • Implantation of Human valuesIt begins in childhood through parents and are further implanted throughout the child upbringing. Child learn more about these values from their friends, teachers etc. These values include honesty, discipline, love, peace, justice etc.
  • Human values and culture Each culture has its own value system, for instance, In India, value system occupies the centre-stage in all human activities. Pro-social behaviours (For e.g. Respecting Elders) are rewarded and highly valued whereas anti-social behaviours (for e.g. outraging the modesty of women) are condemned and punished by the society.
  • Path to peace – Putting human values into practice ultimately leads to prosperity which in turn, leads to peace. Also, by putting these values into human relationship, it enhances better mutual understanding among individuals.