Children are taught the importance of values and ethics in life and how these can go a long way into shaping them as a person and impacting their life to a great extent. As we grow up, we get busy in taking in the experiences that life has planned our way and somewhere, the idea of really knowing who we actually are or what our personal core values are seems a far-fetched one.
We try and follow what has been taught to us by your teachers, parents, and family members. But is it something that we identify with, as an individual? Are those what we can proudly call the values we associate ourselves with? Because as we grow up and experience certain highs and lows in life, we are shaped as an individual. And that is when we need to identify what our personal core values are.
Core values help us experience greater fulfillment in life when we live accordingly. And for those individuals who do not honor their values, they go through mental and physical upheavals.