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Universal Values

Universal values are the "glue" that make positive and peaceful interaction possible. This prezi will identify those values.
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Abbie Stark

on 3 March 2011

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Transcript of Universal Values

VALUES Caring and Compassion How you show concern about a living being whether it's a person, animal or the environment. Fairness Being open-minded and willing to look at all sides of an issue. People who show fairness are accepting and tolerant toward other people. Honesty Being truthful and real, not fake. Honest people don't try to be something they're not. They don't cheat or take things that don't belong to them. Integrity Always acting according to your values. Integrity gives you the strength to make wise choices when you're pressured to go against your values. Respect Treating others how you would like to be treated. People who show respect aren't hateful or cruel. Responsibility Being accountable for choices you make and things you do. It involves making a decision and accepting the consequences of your choice and behavior. Self-discipline Having control over your behavior. You can control your temper, your actions, and your tendency to put off tasks at work, school or home. Trustworthiness People can trust what you say and do. When people are trustworthy, you can take them at their word. If monkies can do it... "The Golden Rule" Universal
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