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Clarification
and Re-orientation
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What is Values?

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Valuing Process
1) It is freely and willingly chosen without pressure
from others
2) It has other alternatives to offer
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General 3) It has been chosen carefully with consideration
Steps of the on its possible consequences
Valuing 4) It is well appreciated and prized
Process
5) It is properly acknowledged in public
6) It is displayed in your behavior
7) It is a lifetime value and not a fancy act
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Why should we discover our Values?

• to gain inner peace


Why
should we • to decrease stress levels
discover
• to find satisfaction in life
our values?
• to feel fulfilled, happy, content,
and worthwhile

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Finding out what’s most Important – Our Values

• We must first believe that we are capable of


changing now
• We must also have the belief that if we are going to
Beliefs that create long-term change in our lives, that we are
responsible, nobody else is going to do it for us.
we must
firmly • We must have the belief that if we set our sites in a
maintain new direction, and then move confidently in that
direction, we will successfully arrive near the place
we wanted to go
• We must be certain that our values determine our
actions and behaviors
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Two Kinds of Values

Two Kinds of
Values

Instrumental Terminal
Values - consist Values - things
primarily of that we can work
personal toward or we think
characteristic and are most
character traits important and that
we feel are most
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Instrumental Values
 Ambitious (Hard-working,  Imaginative (Daring, creative)
aspiring)  Independent (Self-reliant, self
 Broadminded (Open-minded) sufficient)
 Capable (Competent,  Intellectual (Intelligent,
effective) reflective)
 Cheerful (Lighthearted, joyful)  Logical (Consistent, rational)
 Clean (Neat, tidy)  Loving (Affectionate, tender)
 Courageous (Standing up for  Obedient (Dutiful, respectful)
your beliefs)  Polite (Courteous, well-
 Forgiving (Willing to pardon mannered)
others)  Responsible (Dependable,
 Helpful (Working for the reliable)
welfare of others)  Self - controlled (Restrained,
 Honest (Sincere, truthful) self discipline) YN
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Terminal Values
 A world at Peace (free of war  True friendship (close
and conflict) companionship)
 Family Security (taking care of  A sense of accomplishment (a
loved ones) lasting contribution)
 Inner Harmony (freedom from
 Freedom (independence, free inner conflict)
choice)
 A comfortable life (a prosperous
 Equality (brotherhood, equal life)
opportunity for all)  Mature love (sexual and spiritual
 Self-respect (self esteem) intimacy)
 Happiness (contentedness)  A world of beauty (beauty of
nature and the arts)
 Wisdom (a mature
understanding of life  Pleasure (an enjoyable leisurely
life)
 National security (protection  Social recognition (respect,
from attack) admiration)
 Salvation (saved, eternal life)  An exciting life (a stimulating
active life)
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Types of Values
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Where do our values come from?

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Main Strengths of Filipino Character

Ability to survive

Pakikipagkapwa-tao

Family orientation

Main Joy and humor


Strengths
Flexibility, adaptability, & creativity

Hard work & industry


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Faith & religiosity

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Source: Senate Task Force on Moral Recovery
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Main Weaknesses of Filipino Character

Extreme Personalism

Extreme Family-centeredness

Main Lack of discipline


Weaknesses
Passivity & lack of initiative

Kanya-kanya syndrome
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Lack of self-analysis & reflection

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Discovering your personal values
 develop a clear picture of what our own values
really are
 by asking question

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Developing your Personal Values

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Identify your Values Prioritize your values Write a clarifying
paragraph for each
Write down as Prioritize them in value
many things that order of importance Figure out what
you can think of to you each of your
that have value for values means to
you. you
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