Social Values

Life – Terror. Ecstasy. Fight. Denial. Flight. Failure. PAIN. Forgiveness. Reconciliation. Hope. Love. Peace – Death.

Currently the biggest problem in the modern society is brainwashing through governments media ecclesiastical bodies fashion and the education sector. All other issues stem out from people being brainwashed and puppeteered by these sectors.

Social values include justice, freedom, respect, community, and responsibility. In today’s world, it may seem our society doesn’t practice many values.

The ultimate goal of society is to promote good and happy life for its individuals. It creates conditions and opportunities for the all round development of individual personality. Society ensures harmony and cooperation among individuals in spite of their occasional conflicts and tensions.

Filters. Modern society, or modernity, is defined as people living together in the current time. An example of modern society is the current political, sociological, scientific and artistic climate.

When we value love, not only are we willing to sacrifice for others and support them through thick and thin, but we also realize there’s nothing wrong with being vulnerable. Those bonds are unique. Society tends to associate love with family.

Material culture includes all of the physical things that people create and attach meaning to. Nonmaterial culture includes creations and abstract ideas that are not embodied in physical objects.

Social groups form the foundation of human society—without groups, there would be no human culture. Working together in groups, however, may lead to a variety of negative outcomes as well.

Men with a family and job are more likely to have a higher self-esteem than those who don’t. The images that society portrays on what is or isn’t right have affected everyone in some way, shape, or form. It can either take you down or build you up.

The Force theory makes society the result of superior physical force. According to this theory, the society originated in the subjugation of the weaker by the stronger. In the primitive times the man of exceptional physical strength was able to overawe his fellowmen and to exercise some kind of authority over them.

A culture represents the beliefs, practices and artefacts of a group, while society represents the social structures and organization of the people who share those beliefs and practices. Neither society nor culture could exist without the other.

The relation between individual and society is very close. Essentially, “society” is the regularities, customs and ground rules of antihuman behaviour. These practices are tremendously important to know how humans act and interact with each other. Society does not exist independently without individual.

Vybarr Cregan-Reid, the author of Primate Change: How the world we made is making us, argues that the way we live our life is affecting our health – from sedentary working to staying indoors – and unless we change our habits it will only get worse.

Our culture shapes the way we work and play, and it makes a difference in how we view ourselves and others. It affects our values—what we consider right and wrong. This is how the society we live in influences our choices. But our choices can also influence others and ultimately help shape our society.

Research has shown that having strong social connections is vital to our health. For starters, it can reduce stress levels, ward off depression and suicide, lower the risk of dementia, heart disease, and cancer, as well as boost our immune system.

Humans are not designed to be happy, or even content?

Instead, we are designed primarily to survive and reproduce, like every other creature in the natural world. A state of contentment is discouraged by nature because it would lower our guard against possible threats to our survival.

Maybe there lies the answer?

There are things you we change and things we cannot?

Focus on the things you can?

Life is a gift? It is our duty, our purpose to make the most of ‘our’ gift, to enjoy our one life, to live life, be happy be the happiest we can possibly be and to make those around us happy along the way?

Thanks for Reading

Peace

Published by Riff

Husband to my inspirational, (long suffering,) wife Gail, father to two, amazing (adult) children, Aubrey & Perri, teacher, former guitarist, recent 'granda(r) to my beautiful grandson Henderson, with another two on the way. I Love people. I love my family, my incredible friends, I have love(d) what I do (my Job), I love Music, Glastonbury Festival, Cars, Everton .... I love many things but, most of all, I fucking love 'life'.

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