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Why are shared values important?

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Pinkie Beatty

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Hi Pinkie,

An answer I would suggest follows. It is critical that knowledge of belief systems and values is shared so that young people are able to understand the importance of commitment to their own values and beliefs in order to develop a positive approach to life, and to develop virtues such as tolerance and respect for each other.

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