Importance of Ethics and Tolerance in Human Life

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Importance of Ethics and Tolerance in Human Life
« on: April 09, 2009, 02:13:54 PM »
Importance of Ethics and Tolerance in human life

I hope you all will agree with me that the whole world is heading towards economical, political, environmental and other crisis because of practicing things Unethically. To be true we all are very busy with our self benefits and try to achieve our target by any means even we don’t bother whether our benefits causing damage to others or not. It’s time to think twice and dig our history/culture where we will definitely find that our elder generations have always taken their life much more positively where human relation and views were equally respected. Ethics is a fact of continuous practice in every aspects of daily life for self enrichment and to become a real Human in true sense.

Thus, I would request you all to share your personal views and feedback regarding the above, so that when DIU students will be Graduated they will not only be ready to face the 21st century global challenge but also one of the best human being.
S. Mondal
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Re: Importance of Ethics and Tolerance in Human Life
« Reply #1 on: May 10, 2010, 03:26:46 PM »
Effective post, indeed.

Ethical belief is the elan vital (driving force) of any human being. Ethics transparently distinguish a person from beast---as the latter doesnot possess any ethical sense. Ethics is not mould in a day, it is a matter of gradual endeavour. We cannot evade the urge of our soul. As a human being, we have to be rational, honest, responsible and devoted.
"Many thanks to Allah who gave us life after having given us death and (our) final return (on the Day of Qiyaamah (Judgement)) is to Him"

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Re: Importance of Ethics and Tolerance in Human Life
« Reply #2 on: November 02, 2011, 02:40:46 PM »
Good post.
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Re: Importance of Ethics and Tolerance in Human Life
« Reply #3 on: November 02, 2011, 03:57:49 PM »
I think everyone should be honest to himself.
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Offline Md. Fouad Hossain Sarker

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Re: Importance of Ethics and Tolerance in Human Life
« Reply #4 on: November 02, 2011, 04:14:41 PM »
Thank you very much for your nice endeavor and I’m going to shed light on the significance of ethics in human life, Right from birth; we have been taught and embedded with what is right and what is wrong. Ethics is a trait that most of us acquire, the difference being in the values and perspectives which make it difficult for us to achieve. Further, the only problem lies in the way ethics are taught to people. Whether at work, home, or school, ethics form an essential part of every human being and hence, should be practiced by everyone, everywhere.

The term ‘ethics’ has different definitions based on different point of views Say, for instance, a medical ethicist may define ethics to be a method, procedure, or perspective for deciding how to act and for analyzing complex problems and issues. Similarly, one may take economical, ecological, political, or ethical perspective for solving a complex issue like global warning. While one hand, an economist may consider the cost and benefits of various policies related to global warming, an environmentalist, on the other hand, may examine the ethical values and principles. Know more about the importance of ethics on different grounds in the following lines.
First and foremost, ethical norms help in gaining knowledge, analyzing the truth, and avoiding any chances of errors while examining any given circumstance or situation. Thus, ethics are most efficient for avoiding errors and prohibiting against fabricating, falsifying, or misrepresenting any data.
Working in any organization or workplace demands great deal of cooperation and coordination amongst people at different levels and different fields. As such, different values are promoted and shared amongst these people, such as trust, accountability, mutual respect, and fairness. These only contribute to better and improved working conditions, growth, and success, in turn.
The right sense of thinking can help us deal with people on a daily basis in the right and positive manner. The absence of the right approach and wrong sense can only induce negative feelings, thereby affecting our communication with people as well. Ethics, which are built on trust, help in treating everyone as the children of GOD and love everyone. Hence, ethics that we pass onto others reveals the correct way of living.
By following proper ethical norms, they ensure building positive and strong public support. Say, for example, people are more likely to invest in a project or fund if they are guaranteed about the quality and integrity of the project. However, if they are unsure of the quality and growth, they probably will step back and look for another similar project that will fulfill their demand.
Ethics are considered to be of utmost importance simply because they assist in promoting other significant moral and social values. As such, values like social responsibility, human rights, animal welfare, compliance with the law, and health and safety, are some that are supported through practicing proper ethics. Any flaw in our values will reduce our ability to achieve success in our endeavors. For example, a person who fabricates data in a clinical trial can harm or even kill patients.
Md. Fouad Hossain Sarker
Assistant Professor and Head
Department of Development Studies
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Daffodil International University