Cross - Glory

Charism

Charity

Commission

Community

CROSS - GLORY

‡ Acceptance of suffering ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Spirit of sacrifice Easter joy Obedience of the Father Self ± giving Unconditional love All to all Non ± violence discipleship

‡ Hope ‡ Paschal experience ‡ Mortification ‡ Coping with reality ‡ humility

Charity

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Love concern for others Kindness fairness Generosity transparency Patience forgiveness Thoughtfulness consideration Understanding empathy Acceptance of one¶s own weakness

Community
pride in being a Filipino self- reliance economic proficiency teamwork cooperation responsiveness responsibility respect for others patriotism productivity love & respect for freedom fellowship initiative unity leadership other ± centeredness adherence of one¶s own weakness care & preservation of the environment

Charism
‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Warmth appreciation resourcefulness Simplicity gratitude originality Prayerfulness cheerfulness self ±confidence Friendliness alertness creativity Cleanliness orderliness enthusiasm Love and respect for life Flexibility Health consciousness Awareness & acceptance of one¶s talents

Commission
acceptance commitment dignity integrity discipline trust loyalty self ± respect honesty dedication diligence faith determination firmness perseverance self ± direction hardwork

Values Clarification

Value
An enduring preference for a mode of conduct (honesty), or a state of existence

A judgment of interest, preference, desire Something that is freely chosen from alternatives , is acted upon and celebrated Regarded as good, worthwhile, important More general & more central to my personality than are my attitudes

Value System
‡ An organization of values in terms of their relative importance ‡ A person¶s values cluster to form a value system ‡ It is influenced by our over ± all frame of reference, our world view, & assumptions that we make

Values Clarification
‡ A method or process by which we help a person discover/ identify his/ her beliefs, attitudes, values, behaviors ‡ It is the process of assisting people to realize what values they hold & they strongly held

Terminal Values
‡ Are those end estates that we regard as desirable in themselves ‡ It transcend immediate needs, and shape our long ± term goals

Human Values
‡ It go beyond operative values, for they involved standard which can be applied to many situations

Conceived Values
‡ Are symbolized, verbalized, less abstract
Honesty is the best policy My country, right of wrong

A penny saved is a penny earned

Behavior
Specific, observable action which disposes one favorably or unfavorably toward certain objects or situations

Attitude
Feeling or emotion toward a fact or state

Belief
A state or habit of mind in which trust or confidence is placed in some person or thing

Culture

‡ Includes all the circles in which the individual finds himself/herself

Value Indicators
‡ Particular acts, behaviors or choices from which one can discover the underlying values that the behavior has motivated

Categories of Values
‡ Choosing ‡ Prizing ‡ Acting

Choosing
‡ To choose freely ‡ To choose from alternatives ‡ To choose from alternatives after considering the consequences of each alternative

Prizing
‡ Cherishing and being happy with the choice ‡ Willing to affirm the choice publicly

Acting
‡ Actively doing something with the choice ‡ Acting repeated in some pattern of life

Identify a Full Value
‡ Freely chosen value? Where did it come from? ‡ From what alternatives? ‡ Consequences of the alternatives? ‡ Recently acted upon on this value? ‡ When publicly affirmed this value? To whom? ‡ How do you celebrate this value in your life?

Why Values are Important

Values are learned. We begin assimilating the values of our culture with our mother¶s milk

Why Values are Important
At the age of 2, the child is a complete creature of culture

Why Values are Important
Our values are formed by rewards and punishments meted to us by our parents, teachers, peers

Why Values are Important

The ³yes´ and ³no´ and the ³no,no´ of early childhood teach us to value our action

Why Values are Important
Often we take the values of those whom we especially love or admire

Why Values are Important

Value plays a key role in guiding action, resolving conflicts, giving direction and coherence to life

Why Values are Important
Values are important as guides in a bewildering world

What is your most cherished value?

WHY?