The importance of moral education
Moral education is not our priority. It is not included in any humanities. System education gives us formal knowledge of various types of subjects but does not teach us what is morality and how to bring the characteristics related to it in our mindset. Schools, colleges and universities are churning out millions of young graduates every year who are experts in some field of science, art, commerce or technology. No teaching or training is given to the students on moral values. What have been the results of this system of education? We have professionals in every field, but we have few people in society who have a high moral character. Society reflects education most of officials whether in public sector or private sector are corrupt.
Today the goal of moral education can help society preventing the society from crime, drug abuse, low productivity, unemployment, unwanted teenage pregnancies, irresponsible conduct, vandalism, violent behaviour, depression, anxiety, and other psychological ailments. If our society didn’t have moral education, it will damage our society because peoples don’t that how to preventing these happened in their life. They also didn’t have any idea to preventing it just because they didn’t receive moral education. Nowadays, a widespread absence in young people of a “basic morality” as the cause of many of society’s problems, including crime, racial conflict, drug abuse, and sexual promiscuity. Young people’s if didn’t receive a “basic morality” it will make their future confused because they will be crime in a case and extra cases. The attitude of government employees has become so indifferent to public that they are not prepared to help. These unscrupulous workers do not work even for 50 per cent of the total hours of their duty. This is nothing but stealth of time. As students they were taught to solve various types of sums or write answers to different types of questions.
Children must be taught...
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