Social capital refers to the networks, relationships, norms, and trust that individuals have with each other in a community or society
Guru Nanak emphasized that all humans are equal irrespective of caste, creed, gender, or socio-economic statu
Probity, signifies uprightness, honesty, and purity. At its core, probity in governance is about making ethical choices that reflect integrity, transparency, and accountability.
Conscience are the internal, self-reflective guiding sense of right and wrong that governs an individual’s thoughts and actions.
Moral Intuition: An immediate, instinctive, and often emotional response to a moral situation, without conscious reasoning
The statement above emphasizes the value of Emotional Intelligence (EQ) over traditional Intelligence Quotient (IQ).
The quote encapsulates the universal law of reciprocity. It touches upon the principle of karma, a spiritual concept that suggests every action has a corresponding reaction, often mirrored back to the originator.
The quote emphasizes that societal change often begins at the grassroots level, with individuals and families.
Gandhi underscores the importance of action. In essence, while prayers can provide inner strength and clarity, it is through our actions that we manifest our values and ideals.
Coercion involves the use of force, threats, or intimidation & undue influence occurs when one person takes advantage of their position of power or trust