Understanding Harmony in the Family and Society – Harmony in Human -Human Relationship
“If there is harmony in the home, there will be order in the nations. When there is order in the nations, there will be peace in the world”
- Create an ability to understand the importance of harmony in the family.
- Practice the values in a human-human relationship.
- Creates an idea of knowing the meaning of Nyaya and implications for Ubhaya – tripti
- Ability to identify Trust and Respect as the foundational values of a relationship.
- To visualize society as an undivided whole (Akhand samaj) and universal order – from family to world family.
The definition of harmony is things that go well together, or people and things that get along well. When you get along with someone and rarely fight, that is an example of a situation where you have a harmonious relationship.
Since the time of our early years to death every human being related to us as part of a family. It is to be notified that family may change over the years, starting from mother, father and to a husband then children but none of the less everyone belongs to a family as a human being cycle. Everyone does not have the choice to choose their family yet there is a bound relationship between the members that no other means of affection can compare to. As we all know that harmony in the human being is the first level of being a family.
Here we are to study harmony at the level of the family. Each one of us is naturally a part of a family that includes a father, mother, brothers, and sisters Then there are other relations such as grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, nephews, nieces, etc. These relationships are a reality of our lives for each of us. We are born in these relationships. Then we also have friends and colleagues with whom we frequently interact. Be it in our school, our neighborhood, or our college.
Friends are a significant part of our lives for all of us. We have teachers who enable us to learn and understand various things in life. We have recognized and identified these individuals, that we feel, understand us, have similar interests or tastes and we had an affinity for them. Besides our homes, schools, or colleges, we live in a bigger social order, where a whole range of relationships supports the existence of our family.
The corner grocery shopkeeper, the milkman, the washerman, the maid, or the helper in the house, each one of them brings a certain value to our living. We can look further into this chain of social dependency and find that there is still a bigger web of interdependency Such relationships are abundant and again a reality in each of our lives. So, starting from our family and including our teachers, friends, and all the different social relationships, each one of us is born and lives in such relationships. This is an indivisible part of our living.
- Harmony in Family
- Values in Humans – Human Relations
- Dimensions of Trust in Human values
- Trust and Respect as the Foundational Value of Relationships
- Difference Between Intention and Competence