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Assignment no.1

The topic: Importance of morality teachings in educational institution

Name of the student: Ozair Omar Qureshi
Class: BBA 1B
Enrollment no: 195

Assignment Date: 01/03-10-2012
Submission Date: 06-11-2012
Submitted to: Dr. Mahboobullah

Importance of Morality Teachings in Educational Institutions Morality is basically principles concerning the distinction between right and wrong or good and bad behaviour. Positive moral values are important because they allow you to have an overall feeling of peace and joy. Moral values can give meaning and purpose to your life. You are able to direct your behaviour towards beneficial and fulfilling activities. 1. Importance of morality

Morality is nothing more than popular consensus on how people should conduct themselves in society. Good and evil are subjective to those who create them.
There is no universal morality; I've heard it argued that there are natural evils and moral evils. Neither is any more existent than the permanence of the minds that consider them so. The Earth cannot be evil. Non-sentient entities cannot feel, so morality is not something that could apply to them. Humans are only evil to the extent in which their particular points of view differ from others, and all of morality is based on fear. Pain avoidance. Since there is no universal good or evil, and considering that man creates the definitions of both, morality is just social glue and a how-to on life. By popular consensus, we deem 'good' to be selfless acts or traits. When a human sacrifices of themselves to better another. When a human values something about his own existence or betterment. That's what we call 'good'. 'Evil' is selfishness or acting purely in self-interest. When a human regards his own existence or happiness as being more worthy of being fulfilled than another human's. If we break down the definitions of both to their basest natures, we find that we are all animals at heart, and only through societal and sociological demands have we set a mystical set of universal laws over ourselves. We only embrace morality to make sure that the weak are not dominated by the strong. Morality exists solely to be the universal leveller. Morality is what keeps society in balance.

2. Emphasis of Islam on good morality.
Islam has laid down universal fundamental rights for humanity as a whole, which are to be observed and respected under all circumstances. To achieve these rights Islam provides not only legal safeguards but also a very effective moral system. Thus whatever leads to the welfare of the individual or the society is morally good in Islam and whatever is injurious is morally had. Islam attaches so much importance to the love of God and love of man that it warns against too much of formalism.

We read in the Quran; "It is not righteousness that ye turn your faces towards East or West; but it is righteousness- to believe in 'Allah and the last day and the Angels, and the Book, and the Messengers; to spend of your substance, out of love for Him, for your kin, for orphans, for the needy, for the wayfarer, for those who ask, and for the ransom of slaves; to be steadfast in prayer, and give Zakat, to fulfil the contracts which ye have made; and to be firm and patient, in pain (suffering) and adversity, and throughout all periods of panic. Such are the people of truth, the God-fearing." (2:177)

We are given a beautiful description of the righteous and God-fearing man in these verses. He should obey salutary regulations, but he should fix his gaze on the love of God and the love of his fellow-men. We are given four heads:

a. Our faith should be true and sincere;
b. We must be prepared to show it in deeds of charity to our fellowmen.
c. We must be good citizens, supporting social organizations.
d. Our own individual soul must be firm and unshakable in all circumstances.
This is the standard by which a particular mode of conduct...
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